Subvalent aluminium compounds are making new reactions possible
School practicals are important, they’re not everything
Universities need to consider exactly what postgraduates’ employment status is
How can chemists quantify steric effects when they struggle to define them?
Our future global prosperity depends on innovation, partnerships and teamwork, across nations and between disciplines
Economics is central to invigorating the transition to a circular economy for plastic
President of the RSC, Tom Welton, asks what kind of chemical legacy we are leaving for the future
I for one welcome our silicon-brained overlords
Employers owe it to job candidates to ask about desired salaries
Analytical research strategies are evolving to keep up with the chemical complexities of our world
Rethinking the way we work can benefit individuals, communities and societies
Conspiracies can tell us a lot about science and society
Coronavirus disrupted conferences but they needed a shake up
If another researcher can’t reproduce your work from what you’ve written, are you really being open?
Can we fix nitrogen for plants – and the problem of nitrogen pollution?
Few problems get solved by a single discipline
The world’s critical infrastructure is under attack and it’s going to take a joint effort to protect it
The benefits of sharing questions with candidates beforehand
Sweeping changes on both sides of the Atlantic have yet to deliver on their promises
The pandemic has shown that we can react quickly to complex problems – can we do it to avert a climate crisis?
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