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02 August 2010
Peter Ogilby discusses how the age-old molecule singlet oxygen still plays a vital role in modern science
01 June 2010
Daren Caruana and Katherine Holt discuss how electrochemistry could be the missing link to understanding chemistry in space
06 April 2010
Nicola Wood and Gill Stephens discuss the methods available for testing and predicting toxicity in ionic liquids.
17 November 2009
Jonathan Cooper and Manilo Tassieri explain how mechanical phenomena in biological systems can be studied at very small scales
04 September 2009
Monika Pischetsrieder and Rainer Baeuerlein look at how the safety of GM food can be assured
17 July 2009
Karl Anker Jřrgensen and Sřren Bertelsen from Aarhus University, Denmark, talk about impressive achievements in organocatalysis
11 June 2009
US scientists Andrei Fedorov and Mildred Dresselhaus and their colleagues explain how nanotechnology might solve our energy crisis
20 May 2009
Ivan Parkin and Michael Wilson from University College London, UK, look at how to make hospital-acquired infections a thing of the past
17 April 2009
Bernhard Michalke and colleagues at the Institute of Ecological Chemistry in Germany discuss our need for better methods to detect age-related diseases
20 March 2009
Christy Haynes and colleagues from the University of Minnesota, US, look at analytical techniques used to assess nanotechnology's effects on health
09 February 2009
Guilhem Caumette, University of Pau - IFP, France, outlines the techniques used to find metal contaminants in petroleum and how they will lead to superior fuels
04 December 2008
Hans-Jörg Schneider and Kazuaki Kato introduce polymers that respond to chemical and biological stimuli through movement
27 November 2008
Jean-Pierre Sauvage outlines recent advances in the construction of interlocked molecules inspired by photosynthesis
08 October 2008
Martin Harper, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, US, points out a hazard in the natural environment
29 September 2008
Gordon Shephard highlights the analytical methods used to ensure our food is free from the natural toxins produced by fungi
05 September 2008
Gérard Liger-Belair, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France, celebrates what gives champagne its sparkle
12 August 2008
Susan Ebeler, University of California, Davis, US, reveals the science behind the flavour in everyone's favourite tipple
24 July 2008
Hye Jin Lee and Robert Corn look at the latest breakthroughs in the use of microarray technology for the fast detection of cancer
24 June 2008
Tomislav Pintauer and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski reveal the magic ingredient that turns radical reactions 'green'
09 May 2008
Mark Davis explains why catalysts need to learn to cooperate in order to compete with nature
16 April 2008
Brian Saunders and Tony Freemont discuss a new approach for treating back pain using injectable microgel implants
03 April 2008
Juan Luis Delgado, María Ángeles Herranz and Nazario Martín explore the cutting-edge in nanostructures made from carbon
20 February 2008
Henning Schliephake discusses the state-of-the-art dental implants making their way to a dentist's surgery near you
20 February 2008
Angus Cook and Phil Weinstein consider the long term care needed by communities struck by earthquakes and other natural disasters
11 February 2008
Chang-Guo Zhan introduces the use of computational designs to develop promising therapeutics for treating cocaine addiction and overdoses
31 January 2008
Kishan Dholakia, Peter Reece and Min Gu examine how light can move and sort biological objects
19 December 2007
Sijbren Otto and Fred Ludlow call on chemists to embrace complexity and take up systems chemistry
12 December 2007
Janice Lough wonders if the demise of the world's coral reefs may already be irreversible
13 November 2007
Andreas Kirschning explains how genetically modified microbes offer a short-cut to valuable derivatives of natural products
23 October 2007
Dean Astumian from the University of Maine, Orono, US, uncovers the mysteries of Brownian molecular machines.
19 September 2007
Andy Benniston explains how photocatalysts could provide the answer to the planet's energy crisis.
10 August 2007
Xue-Mei Li and Mercedes Crego-Calama share their view on how roughness influences surface wettability.
11 July 2007
Hong-Cai (Joe) Zhou at Miami University, Ohio, US, describes how metal-organic frameworks could play their part in the hydrogen economy.
08 June 2007
Anne Pichon and Stuart James reveal some of the intriguing reactions that can be carried out without solvents.
03 May 2007
Bill Baker extols the virtues of cold-water marine natural products and considers their future prospects.
11 April 2007
David Levy explores thin-film coatings that drastically reduce UV damage to materials.
16 March 2007
Fikri Alemdaroglu and Andreas Herrmann are making the most of a new class of bioorganic hybrid materials
09 February 2007
Stefaan De Smedt and Bruno De Geest of Ghent University, Belgium, weigh up the pros and cons of using polyelectrolyte capsules as drug delivery vehicles
23 January 2007
Jean-Marie Lehn of Louis Pasteur University, Strasbourg, France, shares his view of a dynamic future for supramolecular chemistry.
13 December 2006
Willem Verboom considers some of the latest advances in separating highly radioactive components of nuclear waste.
23 November 2006
Heinz Berke, professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of Zürich, Switzerland, looks at the use of manmade blue and purple pigments by ancient civilizations
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