Magic wand and structures

Embracing oddities

2022-11-28T14:52:00+00:00By

When new chemistry looks like alchemy or witchcraft, it’s worth taking notice

Cooperation

We’re all in this together

2022-11-25T09:29:00+00:00By

As rivalry between countries increases scientific collaboration must be maintained to tackle our shared problems

Elizabeth Holmes sentencing

Elizabeth Holmes to be imprisoned for Theranos fraud

2022-11-22T14:34:00+00:00By

Blood testing company founder’s 11-year sentence should serve as a warning to investors

Tutankhamen's tomb

The incredible legacy of Tutankhamun

2022-11-21T14:22:00+00:00By

Three-thousand-year-old treasures can still enthral and inspire

Men inspecting chemical plant

What to expect when your customer’s quality auditor visits

2022-11-18T09:30:00+00:00By

Checking a chemical plant is meeting standards

Joe Biden looking at a quantum computer

Quantum computing has its limits

2022-11-17T09:13:00+00:00By

Error-prone qubits mean quantum systems do not yet surpass classical methods

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

Fountain pen nib, writing

Letters: November 2022

Readers reminisce about their careers, and continue the competition to be the RSC’s longest-serving member

  • Twelve reasons for labs to go greener

  • Challenging diversity in favour of equity

  • Are elemental analysis guidelines appropriate?

  • Contribute to defeating malaria

  • Forgotten women in chemistry

  • Lessons in meaning from surface science