Chemistry World and Notch Communications welcome you to our fifth special collection of content showcasing voices in chemistry. We bring together people from a variety of backgrounds that are driving innovation, challenging cultures, disrupting stereotypes and communicating science to inspire current and future generations.

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Chemistry World and RSSL welcome you to a special collection tracking molecules to markets – discover what biological drugs are doing to change the pharma industry, how to investigate and mitigate contamination and why Qualified Person status helps you to stand out from the crowd.

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An image showing Kary Mullis

PCR inventor Kary Mullis dies aged 74

Mullis shared the 1993 chemistry Nobel prize with Michael Smith

An illustrated portrait showing Fraser Scott; the background is an Edinburgh Landscape drawn in Paul Kenton's style

Fraser Stoddart: 'Even when I'm sleeping, I average 40mph'

On rotaxanes, travel and his love of Edinburgh

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  • The forgotten female crystallographer who discovered C–H⋯O bonds

  • Primo Levi and the other periodic table

  • Victor Ninov and the element that never was

  • Accessible science education

  • Superhydrophobic materials from nature

  • The art of the periodic table

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Elements of green chemistry

Society needs sustainable science

Still image of 3D periodic table

Machine-learning Mendeleevs have rediscovered the periodic table

Exposing new dimensions in the relationships between elements

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New candidate for oldest classroom periodic table emerges in Russia

Hand painted table commissioned by Mendeleev dates back to 1876

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An image showing oganesson as a semiconductor

Superheavy oganesson is a semiconductor

The heaviest element known continues to defy the rules of the periodic table

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Book Club – Superheavy: Making and Breaking the Periodic Table

Kit Chapman explores the strange, complex and downright confusing world of superheavy elements

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Superheavy: Making and Breaking the Periodic Table

Kit Chapman has been on a journey around the world to discover how new elements are made

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