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Traffic, cars, car converters

Scientists are using an analysis of gases in the atmosphere of Venus to develop a new generation of lower-cost and more effective catalytic converters.

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A novel electrochemical biosensor platform, which screens water for toxicants, is the core technology of three consecutive EU framework awards.

Solute-solvent interactions

A landmark paper in solubility prediction in organic solvents and water by Leeds researchers has been published in Nature Communications.

Illustration shows Aurora-A (light blue) and its three protein partners.

The University of Leeds has secured a £5.4 million grant to identify new techniques for investigating and manipulating the chemical building blocks of life - proteins.

Dumbbell nebula

Astronomers have discovered why dust clouds around fading stars form unique and beautiful shapes – and their findings have revealed how our sun could look in its dying days.