Titan computer

Sheldrick’s SHELX

2022-05-13T09:50:00+01:00By

From code on a Titan to becoming the titan of crystal structure determination

Helping hands

The importance of providing young people with mental health support

2022-05-10T08:31:00+01:00By , Summer Ward, Helen Gaden

Do you feel safe openly discussing your mental health with your colleagues at work?

wastewater

Wastewater has huge potential for global health

2022-05-09T11:13:00+01:00By

Monitoring programmes can help healthcare and empower communities 

Hand holding matchstick

How chemistry provides a unique perspective on causation

2022-05-06T08:44:00+01:00By

 Philosophical mysteries around chemical reactions

Analysis

Bringing citizen science into school – and to the beach

2022-05-05T08:42:00+01:00By

A coastal project to contextualise concerns about pollutants and microplastics

Fountain pen nib, writing

Letters: May 2022

2022-05-04T08:33:00+01:00By Chemistry World

Readers reminisce about a smelly interview question and curl up with their favourite arrow-based textbook

Kim Jelfs

This computational chemist is experimentalists’ secret weapon in the hunt for new materials

Kim Jelfs discusses how software development feeds – and needs – collaboration

Rebekah Martin - headshot 2

Diversity is at the heart of innovation

To challenge conventions we need to include people who think differently

An image showing a compound in a flask

Fun with f-elements

Working with lanthanides and actinides may be challenging, but David Mills says the field is ripe for discovery

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