In profile

  • Kurt Wüthrich: Nobel prize-winning footballer

  • 'You'd be surprised about my taste in music!'

  • In situ with Frances Arnold

  • 'I've never been interested in microscopy'

  • 'I never wanted to be a scientist'

  • 'We all want to be The Dude'

  • 'I was hesitant to use creativity in science'

  • 'You can't disturb me!'

  • 'I'm not as annoying as I was...'

  • 'I wanted to be an explorer'

Diversity and opportunity

Zing Tsjeng – Forgotten women

Forgotten women: the scientists

15 June 2018By

Philippa Matthews reviews a book looking to uncover the lost histories of women whose achievements have been left out of the textbooks

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Landmark report calls on US universities to take action on sexual harassment

14 June 2018By

National Academies says harassment should treated at least as seriously as research misconduct

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Theoretical chemistry group takes stand on all-male speaker lists

11 May 2018By

The RFCT in France has taken a radical step to address gender diversity at conferences

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Puzzles

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June 2018 puzzles

1 June 2018

Download the puzzles from the June print issue of Chemistry World

Ethics

Magnifying glasses

Indian institute investigates nanoscientists for indiscriminate image manipulation

Four new retractions bring the total for Rashmi Madhuri and Prashant Sharma up to 14, with at least another 50 papers potentially affected

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Ethics of a haircut

Scientists and citizens alike need an understanding of ethics

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Are you an ethical chemist?

Why is there so little ethical training for chemists?

Safety

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Health and safety gets mad

Lab horror stories are fine – as long as we remember why we tell them

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The safety dance

A little lab explosion and it’s health and safety gone mad…

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On the spot: strange thermometer

How dangerous is a broken Galileo thermometer?

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