All bioinorganic articles
Redox switches up possibilities for signal transduction in artificial cells
Vitamin C triggers membrane translocation in a synthetic system, which generates an amplified fluorescent response
Chemistry Nobel predictions range from organometallic chemistry to DNA synthesis
Crispr is favoured by chemists while publication analysis forecasts winners working on nanocrystals, organometallic chemistry and supramolecular self-assembly
Learning from nature never goes out of fashion for synthetic chemists
There are natural metalloenzymes that make difficult chemistry look easy. James Mitchell Crow talks to the bioinorganic chemists figuring out how to copy them
Arsenic and rice - a growing problem?
Hayley Bennett highlights rice’s natural affinity for arsenic and what researchers are doing about it
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