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Magazine articles on politics and society in the United Kingdom & Ireland.
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Chemistry World
March 2012
Gaining trust for nanotech Our increasing ability to manipulate and create devices at the scale of molecules and cells, and the novel properties which emerge at this level, are talked of as a revolution. But will growing public awareness of nanotech be wary or welcoming? mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 3, 2012
Patrick Walter
NERC asks institutes to weed out poor grants The UK Natural Environment Research Council is planning to ask institutes to winnow out 'uncompetitive' proposals in an effort to drive up its grant application success rates. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 2, 2012
Simon Hadlington
UK chemistry student numbers hold steady University chemistry departments across the UK are breathing a sigh of relief as the number of people applying to study chemistry has held steady despite a large increase in tuition fees for degree courses in England and Wales. mark for My Articles 415 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 2012
Profiting from privatization The private sector offers significant benefits to public sector labs hampered by bureaucracy and financial constraints, argues Quentin Maxwell-Jackson mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 30, 2012
Maria Burke
Settlement ups UK universities' dependency on fees In 2012-13, universities and colleges in the UK will increasingly obtain their income from publicly funded tuition fee loans. mark for My Articles 134 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 18, 2012
Patrick Walter
Shell shutters UK R&D site The research currently carried out at the facility will be transferred to overseas sites. The announcement has fueled concerns in the UK research community that the country's opportunity to become a high-tech economy is slipping away. mark for My Articles 215 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 11, 2012
Hayley Birch
Drive towards detecting drugs at the roadside The UK government is setting up an advisory panel that will assess the feasibility of roadside testing for drug driving, similar to testing for drunk driving. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 5, 2012
Patrick Walter
UK Government Proposes Science Universities The UK government is inviting proposals for a 'new type of university' which would place a greater emphasis on science and technology courses and postgraduate education, although there would be no extra public money for their creation. mark for My Articles 143 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 2012
A new year and a new dawn As the International Year of Chemistry drew to a close last year, we were delighted to see the future of chemistry in the UK being bolstered with two universities planning to reopen their chemistry departments mark for My Articles 511 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
December 1, 2011
UK Report: Keep Calm and Carry On ... Differently Even as the global economic roller coaster affects one of the country's dearest public institutions, the National Health Service, there is still reason for optimism in these times of austerity. mark for My Articles 551 similar articles
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