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Better than the real thing? Lab-based photosynthesis hints at new fuel revolution

Ours is a world that fails to have positive relationships with plastic production and managing CO2 emissions. Plastic products are varied and societally important, yet it’s a relationship that comes with heavy environmental costs. Understandably, there is huge commercial interest in harvesting alternative resources and it looks like the ...

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Changing black lives: Knowing the past opens the door to the future

October and February mark the annual celebration of African descendants' achievements and is a time for recognizing their central role in our Global History. At H.E.L Group, we are committed to taking meaningful actions to ensure diverse communities are represented, welcome, and supported at work.Inspiring conversation in Black History MonthHenrietta ...

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‘Tooling up’ for carbohydrates: practical applications of glycobiology

“It’s been increasingly obvious that carbohydrate and other biomolecule study is best tackled with multidisciplinary working,” explains Dr. Benjamin Schumann in a recent podcast with H.E.L. Ben is Head of the Chemical Glycobiology Lab at London’s Francis Crick Institute, and a lecturer at Imperial College, London.Digging for carbohydrate understandingWaiting for ...

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Beginner’s Guide to Flow Chemistry

any, a journey into flow chemistry has just begun; therefore, understanding the key aspects of this process is extremely important. Batch Chemistry vs. Flow Chemistry Anatomy of Flow Chemistry Types of Reactors Mixing Temperature and Pressure Regulation Conclusion References The transition from traditional batch processes to flow ...

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