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  • Opinion

    Column: Undercover Academic

    2009-10-28T09:35:03Z

    Lab life

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-10-28T09:29:20Z

    A year spent in a chemistry department led poet Diana Hendry to hunt out links between science and poetry. Are poets more open to science than scientists to poetry, she asks

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-10-01T13:53:06Z

    'Cooking is more than just science - or rather, it's something completely different,' says Ferran Adrià. He talks to Bibiana Campos-Seijo

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-10-01T13:51:42Z

    French physical chemist Hervé This is one of the founding fathers of molecular gastronomy. He takes James Mitchell Crow on a tour of the discipline - and dispels a few myths

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-10-01T13:45:23Z

    Decades of underinvestment in agricultural research have taken their toll but now is the time to bring in young scientists to find new ways to feed the world, says Ian Crute

  • Opinion

    Column: Totally Synthetic

    2009-10-01T13:34:22Z

    Haplophytine

  • Opinion

    Column: Undercover Academic

    2009-10-01T13:34:22Z

    A question of identity

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-08-25T15:14:15Z

    It's impossible to ascribe a monetary value to individual PhD projects but the link between them and UK wealth creation is indisputable, says AstraZeneca's David Lathbury

  • Opinion

    Column: Totally Synthetic

    2009-08-25T15:14:14Z

    Maduropeptin chromophore

  • Opinion

    Column: Undercover Academic

    2009-08-25T15:14:14Z

    Science splits

  • Opinion

    Column: Undercover Academic

    2009-07-28T15:12:54Z

    Let's get together

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-07-28T13:47:32Z

    Evan Harris, Liberal Democrat science spokesman, underlines the importance of funding, careers, and evidence-based government policy for the future of UK science

  • Opinion

    Column: Totally Synthetic

    2009-07-28T13:43:30Z

    Lyconadin A

  • Opinion

    Column: Undercover Academic

    2009-06-29T11:51:17Z

    School's out

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-06-26T18:30:26Z

    Adam Afriyie, UK shadow science minister, would like to see more investment in training the next generation of scientists and is pioneering a science literacy scheme for MPs

  • Opinion

    Column: Totally Synthetic

    2009-06-26T18:27:56Z

    Cochleamycin A

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-05-29T17:04:46Z

    Lord Drayson, UK government science minister, shares his views on focusing science funding

  • Opinion

    Column: Undercover Academic

    2009-05-29T16:53:44Z

    Academic survival

  • Opinion

    Column: Totally Synthetic

    2009-05-29T16:51:52Z

    Kendomycin

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2009-04-28T11:04:30Z

    The EPSRC recently announced plans to ban persistently unsuccessful grant applicants for one year. Why did it do this and why are some UK chemists unhappy about it?