Trends in Food Science and Technology, Volume 111, May 2021

More 50% of harvested coffee fruit becomes waste. The use of coffee by-products in products reduces environmental impact. Coffee by-products can be used in several topical formulations.

Progress in Retinal and Eye Research, Volume 82, May 2021

Amyloid β and tau protein changes occur in the retina in Alzheimer's Disease pathophysiology. Ability to monitor retinal molecular changes in conjunction with clinical examination could improve disease diagnosis.

Public Health, Volume 194, May 2021

Research on how online singing communities during the COVID-19 pandemic can be beneficial to people living with dementia.

Heliyon, Volume 7, May 2021

Investigates alternative techniques to preserve apples post-harvest, to better preserve the apples for consumption, and so use of chemical pre-treatments which can harm the environment are not necessary.

Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Volume 147, May 2021

Promotes Goal 5 Gender Equality by finding that women's attitudes to what is an acceptable level of safety and security are affected by their perception of what is 'normal'. Information/education can change people's expectations and thereby lead to improvements. This study was carried out in the context of public transport but the conclusion applies in other contexts as well.

Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Volume 31, 2021, 100504

Recent advances in electrochemically mediated CO2 capture and release using redox-active sorbents and mediators.

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transition, Volume 1, 2021,100001,

Rapid climate action is urgently necessary, but it poses risks to justice. Major justice risks relate to fossil fuel phase-out, increased resource use, distribution of economic impacts, human needs. To mitigate against this we need to be inclusive of diverse voices and able to deal with radical ideas. This paper outlines a way we can do this.

Case Studies in Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Volume 3, June 2021, 100104

Contributing to SDGs 6, 13 and 14, the article reviews the ability of adsorptive membranes to benefit the environment through the removal of contaminants and/or pollutants from wastewater, such as dyes, heavy metals, and pharmaceutical compounds.