Celebrating twenty years
Proposals for doctoral training centres lack one important element, says David Parker: some science
Presenting science. A practical guide to giving a good talk
How to make a tornado: the strange and wonderful things that happen when scientists break free
This book aims to mentor early-career researchers through the difficult crucial steps of knowing how to write
Advice for writing up a PhD thesis and preparing for the viva
Four laws that drive the universe
How to write a successful science thesis: the concise guide for students
A groundbreaking mixed donor diamido-diarsine [As2N2] macrocyclic ligand that coordinates to a series of early transition metals (ETMs) has been designed
Using sunlight to create carbon-carbon bonds the green way
Bayer stockholders; Award nominations; Waste management policy; Drug addiction seminar; 2004 Analytica-Anacon exhibition
A new class of a specific organic reaction looks set to provide a useful approach to making functionalised organic building blocks for natural products.
The best way to do a reaction could be easier to work out thanks to a microreactor developed by a team of US and Swiss scientists.
The European Space Agency's (ESA) Smart-1 space probe entered the Moon's orbit late in 2004. So what's chemistry got to do with it?
Scientists in the UK, have found a simple way to introduce sensors into cells without causing them stress
There has been much debate regarding the health benefits of implementing the European Commission's proposed new chemicals policy. Walter Krämer, Michael Nasterlack and Andreas Zober examine how those benefits were calcuated
January in history
Is the merger of chemistry departments to form broader science departments a good thing?
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