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20 Mar
Pakistan is considering "chemical castration" as a punishment for rapists and sex offenders. But is the method effective? What are the ethical implications? European countries have varying experiences.
28 Jun 2019
The German chemical giant has said it will cut 6,000 jobs by 2021 to "streamline" its administration. BASF has said it expects to save $300 million annually with the move. Half the job cuts will happen in Germany.
2 Jul 2018
Mohamad Al Hajj, an equities strategist at the research arm of EFG-Hermes in Dubai, talks about Saudi Arabia's economy, which grew 1.15% in the first quarter from an year earlier, and the nation's stocks.
29 Dec 2017
A prototype chemical "sniffer system" that detects criminal substances such as illegal drugs or explosives, and the chemical precursors used to make them, has been developed by researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
27 Dec 2017
Barbara Demeneix, a researcher on endocrine disruptors and author of “Toxic Cocktail – How Chemical Pollution is Poisoning Our Brains”, has found that chemicals in our foods, drinks, clothes and sprays are to blame for reduced IQ levels in children and higher rates of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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