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Non-smoking Tobacco can be The Supper Renewable Feedstock for the Green Chemistry Industry

The market for tobacco has dropped down in the last decades due to reduction of smokers. This fact made that the number of farmers growing tobacco in USA, where this crop is indigenous, has shrank. This trend can now change because the emergence of new tobacco variety that opens a new market for tobacco growers. Tyton Biofuels developed a new variety of tobacco not suitable for...
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Would you like to present a talk at the 'Bench to Bank' Lecture Series 2014?

Deadline: 14th November 2014 The Society of Chemical Industry (SCI) are looking for SCI members with a passion for Green Chemistry to give a talk as part of the 2014 'Bench to Bank' Lecture series. The lectures, hosted by the University of Nottingham’s School of Chemistry, are given by high profile speakers from industry, professional bodies and policy-makers. The talks...
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£12m expansion of CPI’s National Industrial Biotechnology Facility is instrumental in boosting manufacturing growth for the UK

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) officially launched the expansion of its state of the art National Industrial Biotechnology Facility (NIBF) on May 9th at its Wilton Centre, Redcar, home. Minister for Universities and Science, David Willetts, was in attendance on a day which also provided an opportunity for unique insight into the work of CPI and the potential of its latest...
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