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Jordan's water crisis should be a warning for the world

It is very easy to take tap water for granted. But sobering predictions of recent research around Jordan's water supply, where climate change, population growth, intensifying water use, demographic s…

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Jordan's water crisis should be a warning for the world

It is very easy to take tap water for granted. But sobering predictions of recent research around Jordan's water supply, where climate change, population growth, intensifying water use, demographic s…

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Climate change causes in question - weather system interference may displace carbon emissions as key factor

The green economy may be in trouble as new research - described by experts as a 'meteoroligical tour de force' and policy makers as 'too hot to handle' - suggests carbon emission control may NOT be t…

Comment And Analysis

Workplace wellbeing and outdoor green space

Complementing our January issue cover story on bringing nature indoors, and against a backdrop steeped in turmoil, Veronica Flemming looks at the wellness benefits of green views and access to outdoo…

Interviews

A real chemical showman

Science populariser and chemist extraordinaire Andrea Sella will be a keynote speaker at this year’s Lab Innovations. We caught up with him to talk brave graduate students, historical apparatus and t…

Focal Point

Water droplet

This amazing image – Crack Patterns I, by Thomas Séon – shows a water droplet falling onto a silicon substrate at -36°C...