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1 June 2015
The public does not fear chemists, it simply doesn’t know about them.
27 April 2015
The US Toxic Substances Control Act is in dire need of reform. That demands compromises, says Mark Peplow
26 March 2015
PhD courses must prepare students for a life after research, says Mark Peplow
20 February 2015
Carl Djerassi leaves many legacies besides the contraceptive pill,says Mark Peplow
23 January 2015
Plans to stop assessing school pupils’ practical work are the wrong solution to a genuine problem, says Mark Peplow
19 December 2014
Targets and assessments can boost productivity at universities – but only if they do not stifle creativity and alienate the academic workforce, says Mark Peplow
27 November 2014
Researchers in the UK benefit enormously from their country’s membership of the EU. They need to say so, argues Mark Peplow
23 October 2014
This year’s Nobel prizes show that chemistry truly is the central science
25 September 2014
Rather than axing his chief scientific adviser, the next president of the European commission should enhance the role
29 August 2014
Cutting academic ties with a censured state can do more harm than good, says Mark Peplow
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