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Free to read: Avian Models for Research in Toxicology and Endocrine Disruption

Posted on 16. April, 2014.

In the 1960s, populations of wild birds showed dramatic declines. This, in association with environmental pollution, led to long-range interests in avian toxicology and more recently to investigating chemical pollutants that may cause endocrine disruption in avian species.


Change of publishing arrangements

Posted on 19. August, 2013.

From the beginning of the 2014 volume, Materials at High Temperatures will be published by Maney Publishing.


Contents: Journal Of Chemical Research Volume 37 Issue 7 2013

Posted on 31. July, 2013.

The Journal of Chemical Research is a monthly journal which has a broad international authorship and publishes research papers and reviews in all branches of experimental chemistry. Established in 1977 as a joint venture by the British, French and German chemical societies it maintains the high standards set by the founding societies.


Contents: Materials At High Temperatures Volume 30 Issue 2 2013

Posted on 30. July, 2013.

Materials at High Temperatures publishes peer reviewed contributions relating to high temperature applications in the power, chemical, engine, processing and furnace industries.


Universities in a Changing Climate: from Shambles to Resilience

Posted on 11. July, 2013.

Chris Rhodes, editor of Science Progress, spoke recently at the Swindon Climate Action Network's event during the 2013 Swindon Festival of Literature.


Chris Rhodes sworn in as Fellow of the Linnean Society

Posted on 11. July, 2013.

Professor Chris Rhodes, editor of Science Progress, was formally admitted as a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London (FLS) on 21st March 2013.


Metal accumulation and physiological responses induced by copper and cadmium in Lemna gibba L. minor and Spirodela polyrhiza

Posted on 4. July, 2013.

Aquatic plants such as duckweeds and pondweeds accumulate toxic heavy metals and other pollutants. Hence they are use for biological monitoring and removal of toxic metals from water. An article in Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability considers the physiological effects induced by copper and cadmium in these plants.


Peak phosphorus - peak food? The need to close the phosphorus cycle

Posted on 4. July, 2013.

The peak in the world production of phosphorus has been predicted to occur in 2033, based on world reserves of rock phosphate (URR) reckoned at around 24,000 million tonnes (Mt), with around 18,000 Mt remaining. This figure was reckoned-up to 71,000 Mt, by the USGS, in 2012, but a production maximum during the present century is still highly probable.


The formation of squaramic acids and squaryl diamides by the reaction of squaric acid with alkyl isocyanides

Posted on 4. July, 2013.

The reaction between squaric acid with one equivalent of alkyl isocyanides such as t-butyl isocyanide, cyclohexyl isocyanide and n-butyl isocyanide in ethanol at room temperature after 3h afforded the corresponding squaramic acid derivatives.