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Nobel chemists are late-bloomers when you compare them with other laureates

Analysis reveals chemistry laureates perform their cutting edge work later in their careers

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Manfred Eigen, pioneer of study of exceptionally fast chemical reactions, dies aged 91

Eigen was instrumental in the development of a method to probe reactions using pulses of energy

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  • Victor Ninov and the element that never was

  • Accessible science education

  • Superhydrophobic materials from nature

  • The art of the periodic table

  • Perovskites beyond solar cells

  • Can we live forever?

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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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Ten periodic tables you really should know about

For the International Year of the Periodic Table we’ve rounded up some of the most interesting tables out there

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What elements are on your bucket list?

Why chemists want to work with everything on 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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The criteria for discovering a new element

Why the rules are changing in the search for superheavies

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