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Ali Bouzari reveals why we should follow coffee shops, not French gastronomists, when it comes to flavour extraction
Anthony King finds out what makes Lee Cronin tick
There’s welcome evidence of a resurgence of interest in chemistry in the UK
Andrea Sella condenses the story of a breakthrough in organometallic chemistry
Navigating the jungle
Derek Lowe looks at what can be learned from a drug company’s downfall
Sometimes improving synthesis requires a strategic re-think, says BRSM
Can scientific collaboration break through barriers?
Crime scene chemistry
Global change is needed to avert disaster, says the Ellen MacArthur Foundation
The BBC’s Micro Bit could empower the next generation of chemists
Andy Extance finds out how chemists are studying processes lasting trillionths of a second – and even less – using laser-based pump–probe experiments
Artificial intelligence could be better than you think
Will GSK’s move towards licensing patents in developing countries, rather than rigidly defending them, improve access to medicines?
Company profile: Qpinch reclaims wasted energy by mimicking nature
Mark Peplow takes the long view on the cost of nuclear power
Tiny pieces of plastic may be doing as much harm in our oceans and waterways as the big stuff, finds Nina Notman
There’s nothing like having your nose in a good book
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