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29 July 2014
X-ray structures are not necessarily definitive, says Derek Lowe, especially when it comes to biomolecules
25 June 2014
How strong is the correlation between company size and research productivity, asks Derek Lowe
29 May 2014
Big company buyouts are more about immediate gains and rarely consider the impact on research, says Derek Lowe
25 April 2014
It takes more than random stumbling to find new reactions, says Derek Lowe
27 March 2014
New molecules with unpredictable biological activity deserve sensible amounts of respect, says Derek Lowe
24 February 2014
Derek Lowe wonders what the most life-changing instrument for organic chemists is, and what might be missing from the toolbox
31 January 2014
Derek Lowe thinks the Devil’s R&D management schemes might be scarily familiar
7 January 2014
Derek Lowe ponders whether anything is truly ‘undruggable’ if we look in the right places
27 November 2013
Is Derek Lowe troubled by his failure to develop a compound that has made it to the pharmacy shelf?
31 October 2013
Redesigning nature’s catalysts is tantalising but tricky, says Derek Lowe
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