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Bad blood

Today marked the first day of the Infected Blood Inquiry here in the UK. It’s not typically front-page news and so you may not know the background to the story, but during the 1970s and 80s, some patients who received … Continue reading

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Blood brothers

This post is another of those chemistry-free personal ones; you’ve been warned. My Uncle Jim died a month ago. He was 73. We can debate whether 73 years is a decent age or not at which to shuffle off this … Continue reading

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I’m still here

Well, at least I got into double figures in terms of number of posts before I had to write this one, in which I assure you that I’m still here and still intent on blogging. I’ve been somewhat sidetracked recently … Continue reading

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My science story (and my Dad)

There is not a lot of chemistry in this post (and not too many laughs either) so consider yourself warned if that’s what you usually come here for. After seeing some of the #IAmScience tweets and reading this blog post … Continue reading

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