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Cover image: Plastic debris washed-up on a river bank. The manufacture and use of different types of plastic, and the effects of pollution by these materials are discussed in the article on pages 207–260. Credit: By igorstevanovic/Shutterstock.com.

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Volume 98, Number 4, December 2015

Bacterial cell division: experimental and theoretical approaches to the divisome
pp. 313-345(33)
Authors: Broughton, Claire E.; Roper, David I.; van den Berg, Hugo A.; Rodger, Alison

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Multifunctionality in molecular magnetism
pp. 346-378(33)
Authors: Pinkowicz, Dawid; Czarnecki, Bernard; Reczyński, Mateusz; Arczyński, Mirosław

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Nitrogen, phosphorus, carbon and population
pp. 379-390(12)
Author: Gilland, Bernard

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What do bones tell us? The study of human skeletons from the perspective of forensic anthropology
pp. 391-402(12)
Authors: Corrieri, Brigida; Márquez-Grant, Nicholas

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Free Content Permaculture: regenerative – not merely sustainable
pp. 403-412(10)
Author: Rhodes, Christopher J.

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Free Content Exercising our brains, muscles and cells to fight the ageing process
pp. 413-415(3)
Authors: Lucas, Samuel J.E.; Breen, Leigh; Phillips, Anna C.

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Free Content Dementia as an existential threat: the importance of self-esteem, social connectedness and meaning in life
pp. 416-419(4)
Authors: Cheston, Richard; Christopher, Gary; Ismail, Sanda

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Free Content Science news
pp. 420-425(6)

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Free Content Events diary
pp. 426-426(1)

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