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Materials comment, December 2013

Materials from microorganisms

Steve Bagshaw explains opportunities for materials scientists to engage with the green revolution.

The route to characterising finger prints for example has developed at an astonishing rate, and nanotechnology has had a great part to play in this.

If we use up our resources, we will have no more resources to use

Corrosion is one of the biggest problems we face today, our aging infrastructure is crumbling around us.

The UK’s innovation agency has awarded over £9.2 million to support 35 collaborative projects to advance the UK’s capabilities in formulated products.

Renewable energy took a step backwards recently when plans for a gigantic wind farm off the north Devon coast was shelved.

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