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The story behind changing the unit at the heart of chemistry
The chemist who ended Nazi attempts to make an atomic bomb
Is this a 16th century astrolabe, or a modern-day forgery?
‘Within 10 minutes he had touched my leg’
The US political climate is hostile to people of colour – but progress has been stagnant for decades
How the mines of Zewar transformed zinc production
A skills gap is emerging in organic synthesis that needs to be closed
New evidence reveals how a 16th century Italian physician shaped modern science
Research shouldn’t be held ransom by the Spanish government in the fight over Catalonia
The fertiliser revolution that turned moors into farmland
Recent opposition to fluoridation in Hull shows how bad science impacts public opinion
Retirement and lack of political will is creating a shortfall in skilled scientists
Toxic ideas about heroism blocked women’s access to science
The £246 million Faraday Challenge is welcome – but it’s not enough
The UK has a solution to the potential shortage of technetium-99m – but that’s no reason to be complacent about leaving Euratom
Computers are getting better at modelling chemistry. But there are still many challenges to overcome.
Wearable chemical sensors could revolutionise lab safety, telemedicine and health monitoring
How science has changed in 20 years of Chinese sovereignty
We must end the human cost of tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold
Re-structuring presentation programmes could make meetings more accessible
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