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Sea salt

Surrey makes history with two pinches of salt

Added: 19 Feb 2024

Scientists at the University of Surrey are claiming a first with their observations on the effects …

Keep it clean

Added: 5 Feb 2024

Chemical disinfectants are hazardous to lab staff, and if discharged into the wastewater, pose a he…

EnsiliTech wins contract to develop ‘freezer-free’ global mRNA vaccine

Added: 28 Jan 2024

EnsiliTech, the University of Bath spin-out pioneering new methods of transporting medicines and fo…

AI responsibility remains in our hands, warns Ri Christmas Lecturer

Added: 18 Dec 2023

Artificial intelligence is a powerful tool for better decision making but the ‘ethical buck’ stops …

Microscope

Turing helps connect swimming sperm with zebra stripes

Added: 16 Oct 2023

What is the connection between swimming sperm and the spots on a leopard or the stripes on a zebra?…

Lab Innovations 2023: sustainable solvent selection

Added: 9 Oct 2023

While much discussion around sustainability has focused on the energy efficiency of instruments and…

Quantum go-‘slow’ allows first view of chemical process

Added: 29 Aug 2023

Sydney university researchers have scored a scientific first by employing a quantum computer to obs…

Plastic recycling

Scottish researchers seek to turn plastic waste into pharmaceuticals

Added: 30 Jul 2023

A new project led by Scottish researchers is aiming to revolutionise the pharmaceutical industry by…

Sustainability transformers win £100k in RSC Emerging Technologies Competition

Added: 23 Jul 2023

Four innovations hailed for their potential to transform various sectors and address pressing globa…

Lab Innovations 2023 opens for visitor registration

Added: 10 Jul 2023

Lab Innovations has officially opened visitor registration for its upcoming event on November 1 and…

Algorithmic advance opens door for predicting Net Zero-friendly material structures

Added: 9 Jul 2023

Scientists at the University of Liverpool have claimed a significant advance in the development of …

RSC diversity programme numbers soar

Added: 3 Jul 2023

The Royal Society of Chemistry has recorded a 38% rise in the number of students on its programme t…

CHEMUK 2023 sees 41% attendance rise

Added: 23 May 2023

CHEMUK 2023 saw a year on year rise of 41% in visitor attendance to the recent show at the NEC in B…

Guestbook: Formula for our future

Added: 15 May 2023

Efforts by the energy intensive chemicals industry to promote a greener future will impact greatly …

The industrial lab: at line or end of line?

Added: 15 May 2023

Sustainability, market pressures and tech innovation are impacting the chemicals and materials sect…

Rare mineral project offers means to tackle acid effect on ocean life

Added: 29 Jan 2023

Scientists at Heriot-Watt and Hamburg universities say they have developed a process to boost ocean…

Measuring up for modern times

Added: 16 Jan 2023

The latest iteration of the International System of Units has been a long time coming, explains Ric…

Automated material analysis offers cut to cost and human error 

Added: 4 Dec 2022

Researchers in Japan have developed a method to automate a mathematical procedure used to analyse X…

View from the business end

Added: 7 Nov 2022

Tim Doggett explains the importance of sustainability for modern laboratories in terms of the wider…

Jha and Rannard headline at Lab Innovations

Added: 31 Oct 2022

Economist science correspondent Alok Jha and leading academic and spin-out pioneer Dr Steve Rannard…