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A world beyond
A tantalising prospect
The trope of companies profiteering from academic discoveries doesn’t bear much scrutiny, says Derek Lowe
Green chemistry breakdown
Sites such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are ideal for building connections and finding a job, explains Charlotte Ashley-Roberts
Bringing history to the table
Ali Bouzari reveals how mastering the science of stickiness can improve flavours or ease food preparation
Could the debate over pharma price-gouging have positive results for both patients and companies?
Science fiction or science future?
Find out how your wage packet compares with the results of the latest Royal Society of Chemistry pay and reward survey
When it’s a ribozyme. Clare Sansom reports
Chemists need to get their own house (or lab cupboard) in order and new electronic inventories are just the ticket
China’s monopoly on production has a global impact, argues David Abraham
Keeping the public’s trust is our shared duty
With potential health concerns raised over nanosize forms of TiO2, Emma Davies explores the ubiquitous white pigment’s past, present and future
Science party entrepreneur Marc Wileman tells Emma Davies how his passion for education won his company investment on the BBC’s Dragons’ den
Avoiding the inevitable risks of practical science could have unwanted effects over time
A healthy sense of hydrophobia is a useful trait in the plant, says Chemjobber
Victoria Richards investigates the world of artificial molecular machines
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