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Cluster fundamentals

12 December 2018By ,

Stefanie Dehnen discusses the exotic structures of inorganic chemistry’s middle ground

Bayer employees protesting over job cuts in Wuppertal, Germany

Bayer to cut 12000 jobs

6 December 2018By

As it integrates Monsanto businesses, Bayer will eliminate around 10% of its global workforce

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Mentors with wide-ranging research interests nurture the most successful scientists

5 December 2018By

Study examined career paths and mentoring support for 18,000 biomedical researchers

A photograph of Rasmita Raval in the lab

Surface chemistry for biological questions

28 November 2018By

Rasmita Raval discusses her career exploring the complex behaviour of molecule–surface systems and what it has to do with antibiotic resistance and the origin of life

Lab technician

The unsung heroes of the lab

27 November 2018By

Why technicians need more recognition for their essential role in science

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Stefanie Dehnen portrait

Cluster fundamentals

Stefanie Dehnen discusses the exotic structures of inorganic chemistry’s middle ground

A photograph of Rasmita Raval in the lab

Surface chemistry for biological questions

Rasmita Raval discusses her career exploring the complex behaviour of molecule–surface systems and what it has to do with antibiotic resistance and the origin of life

Students sitting exams

Chemistry A-level entries show rise in popularity

Exam results in the UK show more young people, particularly young women, are studying chemistry

Burning money in conical flask

Time to stop paying for work

Hidden work costs are a financial drain worth considering

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