Skin-like microfluidic system for analysis of sweat

Wearable technology

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The future of wearable gadgets will be tiny, flexible, skin-like devices capable of monitoring your health

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Hydrothermal vents and the origins of life

16 April 2017By Rachel Brazil

Did life start on land or underwater?

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Covalent inhibitor drugs

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Exceptions to a long-held rule against chemically bonding to biological targets are powering new cancer medicines, finds Andy Extance

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The flow revolution

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Continuous approaches are starting to find use in fine chemicals, as Angeli Mehta discovers

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MOFs find a use

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Nina Notman takes stock of the first products containing metal–organic frameworks to hit the shelves

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Smartphone recycling

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Although smartphones contain a host of valuable metals, getting at them is the tricky bit. Emma Davies reports

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Antidepressant pollution

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What are the consequences of medicating wildlife against anxiety and depression? Ida Emilie Steinmark reports

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Why apprenticeships are science's future

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Practical experience and no student debt make vocational training an enticing career option

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Time to lose chemistry’s subdisciplines?

16 January 2017By Rachel Brazil

Organic, inorganic and physical – do they mean anything in modern chemistry?

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