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Applicants do not help their proposals by the apparently careless way in which they sometimes present their applications
Missing the target?
Why is Chemistry World so shy about showing the language of chemistry on its pages?
Metals and metalloid elements
BBC Horizon programme
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council has announced worrying new policies
A poem about syphilis
John Mann's informative and entertaining article
Many models of chemical bonding have been proposed over the past century
In reference to your recent editorial May 2011
There are many ways of discovering truth
With regard to your piece on 60 years of innovation
Sparks of illumination
Climate change problem increasing by the day
I was delighted to see the glass industry under examination in The last retort
Harry Kroto's account of graphite losing its lubricating properties in a vacuum
Clifford Jones proposes that the world's trees, taken collectively, absorb large amounts of atmospheric CO2
Caroline Toland's reply to the career-change question posed by an academic is perfectly sound advice
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