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27 January 2017
Calls to break down regulatory barriers show a misunderstanding of the industry
23 December 2016
Challenging unconscious bias can be fruitful in research
24 November 2016
Is that new reaction the next Nobel-worthy breakthrough, or just a flash in the pan?
1 November 2016
The chemical nature of biomolecular interactions can no longer be ignored
23 September 2016
Atom economy is a noble aim, but there are other routes to efficient molecule making
31 August 2016
Does simple gene-editing mean the end of traditional medicinal chemistry? Probably not
16 August 2016
There are some things that just need to be learned on the job
6 July 2016
Chemistry would be impossible without a hidden fluency that many of us don’t even realise we have, says Derek Lowe
27 May 2016
Has chemistry evaded the reproducibility crises affecting other branches of science? Or is it just a question of scale, asks Derek Lowe
9 May 2016
Derek Lowe looks at what can be learned from a drug company’s downfall
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