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Magazine articles on politics and society in the United Kingdom & Ireland.
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Popular Mechanics
June 2007
Jeff Wise
World's Longest Underwater Pipeline Will Tap the Sea Norwegian energy company Hydro has developed the giant Ormen Lange undersea gas field 60 miles offshore, and is now finishing a monster 746-mile undersea pipeline to connect it to processing plants in Britain. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 2007
Mark Peplow
Editorial: Dear Gordon... A science-related message to the UK's new Prime Minister Gordon Brown. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 24, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
BP Pulls Out of Carbon Capture Plans Due to slow governmental support, BP has ditched plans to build the world's first carbon capture and storage power plant in Scotland. mark for My Articles 276 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 23, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
UK Government Reveals Energy Plans Scientists have cautiously welcomed the UK government's drive towards renewable energy and nuclear power. mark for My Articles 211 similar articles
May 21, 2007
Stanley Reed
What Blair Could Teach Sarkozy France's new President might learn a lot from Tony Blair about building a vibrant economy. mark for My Articles 265 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 10, 2007
Comment: Blair's legacy Peter Cotgreave, director of the Campaign for Science and Engineering in the UK, reflects on 10 years under Blair's leadership. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 3, 2007
Arthur Rogers
Uncertain Future for Europe's MIT Rival Plans for a European Institute of Technology to rival the U.S. Massachusetts' Institute of Technology are in disarray amid fears the EU flagship could be reduced to a virtual university. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
British Heritage
May 2007
Jim Hargan
Prince Charles' Poundbury It's clear that the planning ideas in Poundbury are a serious challenge to the blandly impersonal modernist developments that all too perfectly capture the spirit of a machine-dominated age. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 2007
Richard Barker
Comment: Pricing Pills An Office of Fair Trading report claims The UK's National Health Service is paying over the odds for its drugs, but this is not so. Medicine prices are 21% lower in real terms than ten years ago. mark for My Articles 143 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 15, 2007
Simon Hadlington
Budget Cuts for UK Science Scientists and research managers in the UK have reacted with dismay to a 68 million-pound raid on the budget of the research councils - the state agencies that fund the bulk of civil science research in the country. mark for My Articles 178 similar articles
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