From Clive Delmonte
From Peter Swindells
From Richard Schmidt
From Paul Davies
From John Haigh
21st century science, the new UK GCSE programme, promises to develop scientific literacy in a societal context. Is the new teaching programme a good thing?
From Ron Denney
Physics has the origins of the universe; biology has the origins of life. But what are the 'big' scientific challenges for chemistry?
From Basil Walby
Is insistence on the use of Iupac nomenclature diluting the rich traditional language of chemistry?
From Norman Nicolson
Which chemistry book would you take to your desert island?
What, if anything, do chemistry and the arts have in common?
From Colin Britton
There is no role for bench chemists: technology will replace them. Discuss.
Sir Harry Kroto
From Michael Archer
From Brian Whitefield
Patents can have a negative effect on chemical research
Faking results - what are the consequences for science?
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