Different paths

Taking the foundation course route

2022-08-12T08:35:00+01:00By

Students should be told more about the different paths to a career in chemistry

Johann Christian Poggendorff

Poggendorf’s mirror

2022-08-10T13:39:00+01:00By

Reflecting on the motion of compass needles

Ribbon 3D spinning gif showing AF-Q8W3K0-F1

Why AlphaFold won’t revolutionise drug discovery

2022-08-05T12:24:00+01:00By

Protein structure prediction is a hard problem, but even harder ones remain

Fountain pen nib, writing

Letters: August 2022

2022-08-03T12:27:00+01:00By Chemistry World

Readers celebrate the life of John Fossey

Earth from space

Reflections on rainwater

2022-08-03T08:30:00+01:00By

Water in the world’s pristine wildernesses is already unsafe to drink by new PFAS pollution standards

Lightning

Bottling summer lightning

2022-08-02T12:44:00+01:00By

Our features editor reflects on how nature’s sound and light show affects the atmosphere, and the long track to harness fusion

Beatriz Pelaz

Combining expertise to develop remote-controlled nanomaterials

Beatriz Pelaz explains how her research tackles bionanomaterials from multiple angles

Robert Mokaya

Robert Mokaya: ‘I have been lucky to open a lot of doors’

The innovative materials chemist on a love of making things and opening doors for others

Serhii Radio

Chemists in Ukraine: Serhii Radio

Support from the international scientific community is vital as Ukrainians continue to face the terror and devastation of war

  • Forgotten women in chemistry

  • Lessons in meaning from surface science

  • Teaching-focused staff contribute to REF results too

  • Living through the war in Ukraine

  • The importance of providing young people with mental health support

  • How online conferences add together accessibility and inclusivity