15 September 2016
Could some clever combustion chemistry produce a better pocket igniter?
7 July 2016
History’s gold diggers made a fortune using grease, fleece and froth
4 April 2016
The conductive power of metals has been exploited for generations
7 January 2016
Alan Turing once looked to chemistry to suggest how patterns form
29 October 2015
Early experiments were a tricky business without basic apparatus
27 August 2015
Despite chemists’ best efforts, there is still nothing quite like leather
2 July 2015
Fizzy drinks were an instant hit, but could their tongue-tingling success be captured in solid form?
24 April 2015
Could the Shroud of Turin’s mysterious negative imprints have a chemical cause?
29 January 2015
Nascent substances have unique properties, and some age faster than others
30 October 2014
Metal coatings can be useful for protection – or disguise
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