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    • Frances Arnold: ‘To expect a Nobel prize is rather silly’
      The joint winner of this year’s Nobel prize in chemistry talks about her pioneering work on enzymes and the realities of sexism in the sciencesThis month, Frances Arnold, professor of chemical engineering at Caltech in California, was awarded the 2…
      - 2 days ago, 21 Oct 18, 3:00am -
    • 'Huge concentrations' of toxins found in Grenfell soil, study finds
      Exclusive: Public Health England has not acted on early findings of report warning of potential carcinogensToxins that may have long-term health implications for the survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire, and thousands of people who live and work near…
      - 10 days ago, 12 Oct 18, 1:00pm -
    • The weight is over: will kilograms get an upgrade? – Science Weekly podcast
      On 16 November, scientists vote on whether to update the way we measure the kilogram. This week, Ian Sample investigates the history of the metric system, and finds out how universal constants might now make it more robustOn 16 November, scientists w…
      - 18 days ago, 5 Oct 18, 7:30am -
    • Frances H Arnold, George P Smith and Gregory P Winter win Nobel prize in chemistry
      Briton and two Americans honoured for using evolutionary principles to develop proteins that have been used in new drugs and medical treatmentsNobel prize in chemistry awarded for pioneering work on proteins – as it happenedThree scientists have wo…
      - 20 days ago, 3 Oct 18, 8:25am -
    • Nobel prize in chemistry awarded for pioneering work on proteins – live
      Americans Frances H Arnold and George P Smith and Briton Gregory P Winter will share the prize of 9m Swedish kronor (£770,000)Frances H Arnold, George P Smith and Gregory P Winter win Nobel prize in chemistry 12.25pm BSTAnd there we have it: the Nob…
      - 20 days ago, 3 Oct 18, 7:25am -
    • James P Allison and Tasuku Honjo win Nobel prize for medicine
      American and Japanese immunologists win 2018 award for their work on cancer therapyNobel prize for medicine awarded – as it happenedTwo scientists who discovered how to harness the body’s immune system to fight cancer have won the 2018 Nobel priz…
      - 22 days ago, 1 Oct 18, 10:27am -
    • Cross section: Mark Miodownik – Science Weekly podcast
      What can a materials scientist learn from artists? How do you make robotic trousers? And what should we do about plastics? Hannah Devlin sits down with Mark Miodownik to find outAs a teenager, Mark Miodownik was stabbed with a razor blade, which pene…
      - 25 days ago, 28 Sep 18, 11:04am -
    • Mark Miodownik: ‘Liquids are not to be trusted’
      The scientist and prize-winning author on miracle materials, the real problem with plastics and the ‘naughty’ nature of liquidsMaterials scientist Mark Miodownik’s first book, Stuff Matters, won the 2014 Royal Society book prize. His second, Li…
      - 44 days ago, 9 Sep 18, 5:00am -
    • Buildings made from fungi? Meet London’s pop-up bio-lab innovators
      A shipping container complex in a Shepherd’s Bush market is the unlikely home to a community of startup research projectsIf there’s one place you wouldn’t expect a new biotech research lab to be built, it’s slap bang in the middle of a busy L…
      - 58 days ago, 25 Aug 18, 1:00pm -
    • Citizen science
      Ever wanted to contribute to research? All people-powered science requires is a phone or computer and a sharp eyeThe Big Butterfly Count is the largest project of its type. It is on track to exceed last year’s total of more than 62,000 submitted co…
      - 79 days ago, 5 Aug 18, 2:59am -

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