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27 April 2016
It may not be the best material for solar cells but it has some distinct advantages
20 April 2016
Rowena Fletcher-Wood on the simple compound that links spandex, automobile safety and space exploration: Hydrazine
18 April 2016
This month we discuss unconscious bias and other reasons why science is sexist
13 April 2016
Does burnt toast cause cancer? Martha Henriques explores this complex question
6 April 2016
This week’s compound has had a glowing career in the arts and a runaway success in the energy sector
30 March 2016
Michael Freemantle with a colourful account of the birth of synthetic organic chemistry
23 March 2016
Emma Stoye on citronellol - her constant companion when faced with biting bugs
16 March 2016
Kat Arney discovers the compound that first coloured the Chicago river green for St Patrick’s Day
10 March 2016
This month we learn of the problems that arise from mining rare metals in David Abraham’s The Elements of Power
9 March 2016
What do hygienic work surfaces have in common with 19th century French violins? Brian Clegg finds out.
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