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  • Opinion

    Opinion: Bench monkey

    2007-02-28T15:15:28Z

    Dylan Stiles worships at the altar of NMR

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2007-02-28T15:10:31Z

    Ted Nield warns of the perils of Pest

  • Opinion

    Opinion: Bench monkey

    2007-01-29T11:37:35Z

    Dylan Stiles revels in chemistry's massive protection racket

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2007-01-29T11:37:31Z

    A less conservative approach would foster high-risk, high-return research, argues Sir John O'Reilly

  • Opinion

    Opinion: Bench monkey

    2006-12-20T11:00:55Z

    It's time to retrofit your kitchen pans with reflux condensers, says Dylan Stiles

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-12-20T11:00:54Z

    The UK's science base needs better care, argues Sue Ferns

  • Opinion

    Opinion: Bench monkey

    2006-11-28T08:48:53Z

    Dylan Stiles loves his solvents like children - even the naughty ones

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-11-28T08:48:51Z

    Teaching as well as research can help bridge the no-man's land between chemistry and chemical engineering, says Mark Haw

  • Opinion

    Opinion: Bench monkey

    2006-10-30T11:02:13Z

    Dylan Stiles explains why he loves to go skydiving in a lab coat

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-10-30T10:44:26Z

    Following the release of the WWF report 'Chain of contamination: the food link', John Henry and Fiona Fox comment on the study, and its coverage in the media

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-09-21T11:44:35Z

    New UK age discrimination legislation came into force on 1 October. Employers should see it as a perfect opportunity to balance their workforce, says Craig Fleming

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-08-25T14:02:57Z

    The recent recommendations from the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management should prompt a renewed research effort to tackle the problems of nuclear waste storage.

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-07-27T11:33:00Z

    Researchers must consider how sensors can be manufactured reproducibly from the outset, and not as an afterthought, argues David Walt

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-06-26T10:38:50Z

    Jim Feast describes himself as a dreamer, but is keen to put his dreams into practice at the RSC

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-05-26T11:43:10Z

    Simon Campbell reflects on the RSC's achievements during his presidency.

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-04-26T12:47:50Z

    Lee Higham explores the problems facing postdoctoral workers.

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2006-03-24T15:00:53Z

    China and India are showing significant growth, while demand for traditional analytical techniques underpins the market, as Ian Shuttler explains.

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2005-12-22T21:06:14Z

    Cross-disciplinary research is essential. Chris St Pourçain explores the funding problems and ways to increase the number of applications

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2005-11-25T11:23:37Z

    Alfred Oberholz says the EU's sustainable chemistry technology platform can help boost the European chemical community's competitiveness

  • Opinion

    Comment

    2005-10-27T15:40:03Z

    Alfred Oberholz says the EU's sustainable chemistry technology platform can help boost the European chemical community's competitiveness