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  • News - 1 Sep 2006
    A research team in Sydney has created molecules that mimic those in plants which harvest light and power life on Earth. “A leaf is an amazingly cheap and efficient solar cell,” says Dr...
  • News - 29 Aug 2006
    Fuel ethanol could be cheaply and quickly converted into the purer, cleaner alcohol that goes into alcoholic drinks, cough medicines, mouth washes and other products requiring food-grade alcohol, say...
  • News - 10 Aug 2006
    Frederick Phelps says he is not tilting at windmills. Dale LeCaptain is not merely trying to put fast food onto a fast lane. In the wake of sky-high gas prices, the Central Michigan University...
  • News - 10 Aug 2006
    Dow Corning Corporation and Wacker Chemie AG announce that their manufacturing joint venture company Dow Corning (Zhangjiagang) Co, Ltd. received official approval from the Chinese government to...
  • News - 13 Jul 2006
    Alcan has announced that it has begun consultations with unions and employee representatives for a proposed closure of two U.K. sites, one in each of its Engineered Products and Alcan Packaging...
  • News - 15 Jun 2006
    As part of its continuing drive to find longer term commercial alternatives to oil and gas, BP is to fund radical research aimed at probing the emerging secrets of bioscience and applying them to the...
  • News - 14 Jun 2006
    The European Union and its member states are being urged by leading scientists to make a major multi million Euro commitment to solar driven production of environmentally clean electricity, hydrogen...
  • News - 6 Jun 2006
    Tony Pometto held up a laboratory flask swimming with little balls of mold. This, said the Iowa State University professor of food science and human nutrition, is the kind of fungus that Iowa State...
  • News - 31 Mar 2006
    Why isn't ethanol production growing by leaps and bounds in the face of higher gasoline prices? Ethanol production from cornstarch is a $10 billion dollar business in the United States and 4...
  • News - 8 Mar 2006
    Barrels of chemicals that ‘talk’ to each other to improve safety and smart shelves that automatically log inventory changes are just some of the ways businesses stand to benefit from new...