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Photosynthesis, pigment–protein complexes and electronic energy transport: simple models for complicated processes

Posted on 18. December, 2017.

Essentially all the accessible energy for life in the Earth’s biosphere is made available through the process of photosynthesis, the conversion of light energy from the Sun into storable chemical energy for metabolism. The process itself has been the subject of remarkable evolution throughout Earth’s history.

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Science Progress Progresses

Posted on 29. March, 2011.

Science Progress introduces its "Progress in Science" section concentrating on subjects of current scientific interest.

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Plaque for Sir William Ramsay Unveiled

Posted on 3. March, 2011.

Journal of Chemical Research Editor-in-Chief, Alywn Davies, recently unveiled an English Heritage plaque on the house in Notting Hill where Sir William Ramsay lived.

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Brief Report: TWAS-ARO 6th Annual Meeting

Posted on 3. March, 2011.

The meeting took place at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) on the 22nd and 23rd of December 2010 its theme being “Linking Research Institutions, Universities, and Industry in the Arab World”.

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Congratulations to Professor Christopher Rhodes

Posted on 21. February, 2011.

Congratulations to Science Progress editiorial board member Professor Christopher Rhodes on the nomination of his novel "University Shambles" for a Brit Writers' Award.

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Small Material, Big Impact: European Repository of Reference Nanomaterials will improve safety assessment

Posted on 15. February, 2011.

The European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) has just launched the first European repository of nanomaterials with a representative range of 25 different types of reference nanomaterials. This will support safety assessment to ensure consumer protection and confidence in many innovative applications and products. Nanotechnology is one of today's most promising technological developments. By enabling a harmonised risk assessment the repository can contribute to the success of nanotechnology and its products. Standardised methodologies and materials are necessary to obtain worldwide comparable test results and to provide reliable data for policy and regulatory decision making.

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Electron Spin Resonance: a Diagnostic Method in the Biomedical Sciences

Posted on 31. January, 2011.

Professor Christopher Rhodes presents a review on Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectroscopy.

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Nanoparticles and Modulation of Immune Responses

Posted on 26. January, 2011.

In the latest issue of Science Progress, Dr Igor Pantic of the University of Belgrade, reviews the role of nanoparticles in immune system responses. Do engineered nanoparticles have a role in producing safer and more efficient biomaterials?

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The Overlooked Link Between Non-Virus Microbes and Cancer...

Posted on 12. November, 2010.

In the next issue of Science Progress, Milton Wainwright presents a review on "The overlooked link between non-virus microbes and cancer". What if the cause of cancer had been known and ignored for more than a century? What is all the suffering and deaths over this period resulting from the "big C" could have been prevented, or at least reduced by the acceptance of a simple theory?

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