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Chemists amid coronavirus: Liane Rossi


The head of a nanomaterials and catalysis lab at the University of São Paulo says the political situation in Brazil is ‘as bad as the virus’

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The citizen scientists sharing their own data during the Covid-19 pandemic


Groups are using data from wearables and apps to chart the spread of infection

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Chemists amid coronavirus: Lee Cronin


A University of Glasgow chemist finds that it’s no easy task to maintain a research group of about 70 during a pandemic that’s closed your lab

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Collaboration is key to AI-aided drug discovery

2020-06-03T08:51:00+01:00By ,

The AI Cures project shows how artificial intelligence can assist the search for a cure for Covid-19

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Letters: June 2020

2020-06-02T13:40:00+01:00By Chemistry World

Your views on drug shortages, political representation and the mysterious ways of water

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A century of caring


The Chemists’ Community Fund has never been more important

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Organic matter

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How Covid-19 is changing drug manufacturing

Catalent is adapting, focusing on employee safety and supply chain security

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Introducing chirality to give organic electronics a twist

Medicinal molecules and electronic materials aren’t often found in the same research group. Meet Matthew Fuchter, who’s excelling at both 

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Unlocking geological time capsules with analytical chemistry

Blavatnik award winner Kirsty Penkman discusses her research developing techniques to date fossils

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