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  • Steel tubes plant set to reopen

    The former Caparo steel tubes plant in Blaenau Gwent is set to reopen next month, with new owners Liberty House hoping to expand its range of products.

  • Commodities: Material revolution

    As oil, steel and coal prices hit new lows, demand is rising for other metals, prompting a new technology-driven resource era

  • Festival preview: Hot Rize brings first new material in 14 years to Blueberry fest

    Guilt is an excellent motivator. Take, for example, bluegrass veterans Hot Rize, who found themselves wondering what they were doing 12 years into an intermittent reunion that started way back in 2002.

  • Cooking oil, graphene among CO2 capture prize entry ideas

    (AP) — Cooking oil and graphene, a recently discovered substance stronger than steel, might seem to have little in common, but some theorize both could be made from carbon dioxide emitted by coal- and gas-fired power plants.The goal is to

  • Steel’s surge sparks new battle in Essar Algoma restructuring

    A group of the steel maker’s note holders is urging the Ontario Superior Court to order mediation among the company and its key stakeholders after a 55-per-cent increase in the price of hot rolled steel in the past three months

  • 6 best new beauty products to buy now for a January boost

    Give your bag a January make-over with our hot beauty picks this week, from eye palettes to scrubs

  • Oxford Road set to be 'Silicon Valley of graphene' as latest phase of super-material revolution goes to planners

    The £60m Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre is earmarked for Sackville Street - and would help new products

  • 10% of vegetarian hot dogs contain meat and some have HUMAN DNA

    An analysis of hot dogs and sausages that examined 345 samples representing 75 brands sold at ten food retailers found ten per cent of vegetarian products contained meat and some also contained human DNA.

  • Tata steel in talks with investment firm over long products business

    Tata Steel has signed a Letter of Intent with Greybull Capital for the potential sale of its Long Products business. Tata said the move will lead to exclusiv

  • Canada should ban patenting of human genes: Editorial

    Chunks of human genetic material aren’t new scientific or commercial inventions, they are raw products of nature. No one can credibly claim to “own” such material. Nor should it be patented.

  • Steel tubes plant set to reopen

    The former Caparo steel tubes plant in Blaenau Gwent is set to reopen next month, with new owners Liberty House hoping to expand its range of products.

  • Commodities: Material revolution

    As oil, steel and coal prices hit new lows, demand is rising for other metals, prompting a new technology-driven resource era

  • Festival preview: Hot Rize brings first new material in 14 years to Blueberry fest

    Guilt is an excellent motivator. Take, for example, bluegrass veterans Hot Rize, who found themselves wondering what they were doing 12 years into an intermittent reunion that started way back in 2002.

  • Cooking oil, graphene among CO2 capture prize entry ideas

    (AP) — Cooking oil and graphene, a recently discovered substance stronger than steel, might seem to have little in common, but some theorize both could be made from carbon dioxide emitted by coal- and gas-fired power plants.The goal is to

  • Steel’s surge sparks new battle in Essar Algoma restructuring

    A group of the steel maker’s note holders is urging the Ontario Superior Court to order mediation among the company and its key stakeholders after a 55-per-cent increase in the price of hot rolled steel in the past three months

  • 6 best new beauty products to buy now for a January boost

    Give your bag a January make-over with our hot beauty picks this week, from eye palettes to scrubs

  • Oxford Road set to be 'Silicon Valley of graphene' as latest phase of super-material revolution goes to planners

    The £60m Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre is earmarked for Sackville Street - and would help new products

  • 10% of vegetarian hot dogs contain meat and some have HUMAN DNA

    An analysis of hot dogs and sausages that examined 345 samples representing 75 brands sold at ten food retailers found ten per cent of vegetarian products contained meat and some also contained human DNA.

  • Tata steel in talks with investment firm over long products business

    Tata Steel has signed a Letter of Intent with Greybull Capital for the potential sale of its Long Products business. Tata said the move will lead to exclusiv

  • Canada should ban patenting of human genes: Editorial

    Chunks of human genetic material aren’t new scientific or commercial inventions, they are raw products of nature. No one can credibly claim to “own” such material. Nor should it be patented.