Women in Science - Martha Annie Whiteley

Science, suffrage and misogyny

By

100 years after women could first vote in UK general elections, Rachel Brazil looks back at their fight for professional equality in chemistry

Create your free account

Registration is free, quick and easy. You'll be able to read more articles, watch more videos and listen to more podcasts. It takes less than a minute and it's completely free.

Wine sample preparation for testing

A taste of wine chemistry

By

Nina Notman talks to the wine detectives uncovering the flavour molecules in our favourite tipples

Half-cooked turkey

The marvellous Maillard reaction

By

Andy Extance looks at the culinary reaction cascade that goes beyond Christmas and Thanksgiving dinner and has worrying links to health

Pile of rusty First World War One artillery grenade shells

The great war clean-up

By Michael Freemantle

A century after the end of the first world war, the task of disposing of old chemical weapons continues. Michael Freemantle reports

  • Welcome to our innovators collection

  • Instrumental innovators

  • Meet the next generation of science innovators

  • Continuous manufacturing could revolutionise drug development

  • Metathesis: around the catalytic cycle

  • How I created an $80 million zeolite company

Advertisement

Advertisement