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3 November 2017
150 years after Marie Curie’s birth, Mike Sutton delves into her life and research
12 September 2017
Japan and the US team up to start the next row of the periodic table
24 August 2017
Molecular frameworks could offer whole new perspectives on our chemical world
3 June 2017
Spanish university creates giant tribute to Mendeleev’s genius
31 May 2017
Highly reactive white phosphorus seen linking up to make new 1D form on way to red allotrope of the element
11 March 2017
The history of the world as we know it
30 November 2016
Now that the names of the last four elements of the seventh row of the periodic table have been confirmed, we look at the how they got them
9 August 2016
Henry Moseley’s discovery changed the face of the periodic table before his untimely death
9 June 2016
How do you make a new element, how can you make sure you’ve really made it and what kit do you need?
8 June 2016
The four new elements confirmed in January are to be named nihonium, moscovium, tennessine and oganesson
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