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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
1 May 2017
Spider silk is finding applications as diverse as tissue transplants and training shoes
23 April 2017
The future of wearable gadgets will be tiny, flexible, skin-like devices capable of monitoring your health
16 April 2017
Did life start on land or underwater?
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