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Large damages in Roundup litigation have got investors questioning the move
Archaeology can offer unique perspectives on our place in the world, but the field has some challenges to overcome along the way
Making industrial safety research more transparent benefits both companies and consumers
The first machine-generated book in chemistry is here. But is it any good? And what future does it herald?
Why chemists want to work with everything on the periodic table
Ineos and Purdue highlight sponsorship issues
There are enough ways to organise the elements to suit everyone’s taste
Understanding science’s diversity problem is the first step to fixing it
Smart materials are edging closer to being useful
The periodic table has started a global conversation
A chaotic EU exit threatens UK science
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the two will inevitably drift further apart
A new book suggests chemistry is over 90% ‘complete’ – and that could be a good thing
The world needs to bet big on carbon capture now
How many of us will be healthy enough to ride off into the golden sunset of a long retirement?
Conflicting views of chemistry have been published in the press
James Watson’s lab mates should not be blamed for his offensive views
The challenges posed by asymmetry go hand in hand with fascinating insights into developmental biology
Why punish leaders just for changing their minds?
What now after a rogue geneticist has created the first genetically modified humans?
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