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A weird structure is enough to spark chemists’ interest, even without any obvious use
Cartridge-based machine enables non-experts to make heterocycles
Eucharia Nwaichi is using biochemistry to clean up one of the most polluted places on Earth
Naomi Chayen discusses her career manipulating phase diagrams to produce high-quality protein crystals
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Society needs sustainable science
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Will people follow in the footsteps of the Apollo astronauts any time soon?
The often ignored elements are attracting chemists’ attention again