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University of Birmingham researchers evaluate a chemical safety assessment method that uses metabolomics technology, potentially helping reduce use of laboratory animal testing

HyProMag to develop responsible critical mineral supply chains, focusing on recycling rare earth magnets using technology developed by University of Birmingham; metals to be recycled include lithium, graphite, nickel, cobalt, manganese, copper, rare earth

UKRI provides £6M to five projects working to improve plastics circularity; three-year university projects target easier recycling of multilayer food packaging, plastics in textiles, medical tests, greener production, use, disposal of hygiene products

UK scientists develop cellulose coating to inhibit bacteria growth, mitigate pathogen contact transfer; coating is thin film of cellulose fiber, is abrasion-resistant when dry, for use on high-traffic objects such as door handles, handrails: study

Cost Effective Decarbonization of Blast Furnace - Basic Oxygen Furnace Steel Production Through Thermochemical Sector Coupling: University of Birmingham Sustainability Research

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