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Global taskforce calls for research into everyday chemicals that may cause cancer

Fifty chemicals the public is exposed to on a daily basis may trigger cancer when combined, according to new research.

Tiny catalysts could wipe billions off the cost of cleaning wastewater

Experts in aquatic toxicity at Brunel University London today hailed a significant development in ridding drinking water and waterways of oestrogenic hormones and pharmaceuticals that pass through conventional wastewater treatment plants.

Philanthropist was a force of nature

She donated the very first piece of land to the National Trust but, like those famous 4.5 acres, Fanny Talbot had a wild side to her too.

ESRC national wellbeing programme looks at sporting and cultural benefits

Academics at Brunel University London have been awarded a £1 million national ESRC grant to look at how sporting and cultural activities can benefit people’s wellbeing.

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