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    Opinion

    Playing with water

    2012-07-02T00:00:00Z

    Tom Waller discusses the science and technology that can help make the difference between swimming and winning

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    Opinion

    Protecting the spirit of competition

    2012-07-02T00:00:00Z

    Keeping sport clean requires a constant, concerted effort that carries on long after the race is run, says Michael Stow

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    Opinion

    The knowledge economy

    2012-06-01T00:00:00Z

    Simon Coles proposes an alternative approach to sharing scientific information. For what it’s worth…

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    Opinion

    Spanish science in crisis?

    2012-06-01T00:00:00Z

    Reducing Spain’s science budget jeopardises decades of Spanish scientific progress says Nazario Martín

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    Opinion

    21st century toxicology

    2012-05-31T00:00:00Z

    Thomas Hartung discusses the next generation of toxicity testing and the regulatory science of the future

  • Opinion

    The Iron Lady

    2012-05-01T00:00:00Z

    Howard Peters takes a look at the life of Margaret Thatcher, an Oxford chemistry graduate who became the UK’s only female prime minister

  • Opinion

    Biotech's bravura performer

    2012-05-01T00:00:00Z

    Bibiana Campos Seijo talks to scientist, philanthropist and serial entrepreneur Chris Evans

  • Opinion

    Help or harm?

    2012-04-30T00:00:00Z

    Are we sufficiently aware of the potential for chemistry to be misused?

  • Opinion

    The complex paradox of science

    2012-04-01T00:00:00Z

    Science can provide solutions for society, says Rutger van Santen, but only if it is given the freedom to find the unexpected

  • Opinion

    Be careful what you wish for

    2012-04-01T00:00:00Z

    The struggle for a single unitary European patent may be close to an end, says Darren Smyth, but we must still hold out for an agreement that performs as it should

  • Opinion

    Integrity governance, a no brainer

    2012-04-01T00:00:00Z

    Ireland must match recent research investment efforts with appropriate research integrity oversight or risk losing public support, says Maura Hiney

  • Opinion

    Integrity begins at home

    2012-04-01T00:00:00Z

    James Parry argues that safeguarding the integrity and quality of research is best achieved through cultural and not regulatory means

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2012-03-28T09:45:43Z

    Ireland must match recent research investment efforts with appropriate research integrity oversight or risk losing public support, says Maura Hiney

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2012-02-23T13:12:04Z

    To secure public confidence in nanotechnology, we must learn from the past, says Donald Bruce

  • Opinion

    Column: Totally Synthetic

    2012-02-23T13:01:13Z

    Scholarisine A

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2012-02-23T11:38:27Z

    Ian Churcher and Alan Nadin call for the development of more robust synthetic tools to improve small molecule survival rates in the perilous journey from lead to drug

  • Opinion

    Column: Totally Synthetic

    2012-01-27T10:21:39Z

    Asteriscunolide D

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2012-01-27T10:00:21Z

    Manoj Mehrotra discusses the rapid rise of outsourcing strategies in research, development and manufacturing

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2012-01-27T09:55:52Z

    The private sector offers significant benefits to public sector labs hampered by bureaucracy and financial constraints, argues Quentin Maxwell-Jackson

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2011-12-22T10:38:19Z

    News of chemistry departments reopening is welcome, writes Jim Iley, but departments must think carefully about how to ensure their success