Celebrating twenty years
Inorganic rings and polymers of the p-block elements. From fundamentals to applications
O heaven, O earth, bear witness to this sound The Tempest, William Shakespeare
Beset by continuing political haggling over the license fee.
Picture the scene
A guide to chalcogen-nitrogen chemistry
The recent threat of trading standards action against Welsh sausage maker Black Mountains Smokery has been the subject of much press interest here in the UK
With the growth in popularity of 'reality' television series and hard-nosed quiz shows continuing unabated, it's good to see that chemistry has not been neglected
Despite its venerable history, the board game Monopoly is as popular as ever and continues to inspire new variations on the classic theme.
From a scientific point of view it's fair to say that currently it's the biochemistry of metatarsal healing that exercises most England fans' concerns
As the world wide web continues to grow apace, the number of immensely useful sites also increases.
Three events which together constitute the good, the bad and the ugly sides of a medical breakthrough
Lord Kelvin's bucket technique was easily arranged - cloudy skies are the East Midland's forte after all, and I had a bin liner handy - but to no avail.
2004: how was it 4 U?
Life, death and nitric oxide
Thiol and error, or a wild goose chase.
One of the more extreme pieces of television from last year came in the form of the BBC documentary Bodysnatchers.
In the light of ongoing financial problems faced by most UK chemistry departments.
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