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21 July 2017
The special properties of quantum computers should make them ideal for accurately modelling chemical systems, Philip Ball discovers
14 July 2017
Our sense of touch and balance is deeply ingrained in our experiences, but what are the chemical processes that make it work? Rachel Brazil investigates
7 July 2017
Do you know your cold compound from your London dry? Nina Notman sorts through the botanicals to find the perfect cocktail
29 June 2017
Hayley Bennett tells the story of the 1948 Tour de France’s yellow jersey – and how synthetic fabrics came to dominate sportswear
22 June 2017
Kit Chapman looks at how people are tackling the hidden biases holding sections of society back in pursuing a career in science
14 June 2017
From brain cells to batteries, is there anything focused ion beam–scanning electron microscopy can’t study?
7 June 2017
Many people around the world are either unable to afford the drugs they need, or their conditions have not been addressed by pharma R&D. Sarah Houlton investigates
25 May 2017
After some well-publicised problems, gene therapy – delivering DNA into people’s cells using viruses – is booming, Anthony King finds
17 May 2017
2017 marks 200 years since Leopold Gmelin first published his influential handbook – and it’s still going strong, as Mike Sutton discovers
8 May 2017
The old sculptures in museums have lost their original colour, but chemistry can help us discover how they used to look
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