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Environmental protection has advanced in leaps and bounds over recent years and today we undoubtedly live in a much cleaner world than we did a generation ago. But look closely and all is not what it seems. Rather than reducing pollution, we are, in fact, still bathed in a sea of chemicals. What is more, most of them originate not from factories or… (More)
After many years of development, biosensors have begun to move out of the laboratory and into commercial applications. Combining advances in biotechnology, nanotechnology and information processing, these novel devices promise to open the door to many exciting new environmental monitoring solutions. As we strive to better understand and manage risks to… (More)
With transport now the major source of many air pollutants, scientists need to fill in important gaps in our understanding of associated health risks.
To restore its authority in the GM debate science has to face up to uncertainty, public mistrust and fierce commercial pressures.
With high-tech remediation technologies proving too expensive for all but the most seriously polluted sites, scientists and regulators are looking to the restorative powers of Nature to clean-up contamination. Effective implementation of so-called 'natural attenuation' techniques relies crucially on high quality environmental analysis.
In the light of increasing concern over the environmental impact of pesticides, we look at the evolution of national and international policies for sustainable pesticide use, and the associated data requirements.
As the EU launches its latest 17 billion research programme, which includes significant funding for environmental research, JEM takes a look at the trends in and dynamics of innovation in environmental analysis.