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4 April 2016
The conductive power of metals has been exploited for generations
18 February 2016
Avoiding the inevitable risks of practical science could have unwanted effects over time
3 February 2016
Investigating the dusty depths of the London Underground
7 January 2016
Alan Turing once looked to chemistry to suggest how patterns form
26 November 2015
Faking flakes whatever the weather
29 October 2015
Early experiments were a tricky business without basic apparatus
24 September 2015
Can chemists uncover who invented the wheel?
27 August 2015
Despite chemists’ best efforts, there is still nothing quite like leather
23 July 2015
Noteworthy unions between science and music
2 July 2015
Fizzy drinks were an instant hit, but could their tongue-tingling success be captured in solid form?
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