News from across RSC Publishing.
Antibacterial compounds, active against the life-threatening superbug MRSA, have been made by UK scientists.
Hydrogen storage materials can be optimised with magnesium, say researchers in Spain.
Light triggers the brakes on a biomolecular nanodevice, say scientists in Japan.
Molecular sensor can spot pyrophosphate anions, say scientists in Australia.
Scientists say biodegradable polymer nanoparticles show great promise as drug delivery devices for the eye.
Nuclear magnetic resonance has revealed molecules hopping around on the surface of nanoparticles.
The first complexes of a sterically unhindered phosphaalkyne have been studied by UK chemists.
Olive oil can be used for cheap and clean synthesis of quantum dots, according to scientists in Germany.
Porous materials can help tackle air pollution, say scientists in Japan.
Combining two kinds of computer calculation means chemists can accurately model reactions like hydrocarbon cracking.
Crystals could be engineered with precisely tailored properties.
Smaller than ever nanoparticles can be studied using new microscopy methods.
The first known examples of square-planar halide complexes containing a main group element have been characterised by chemists in Australia.
Scientists in Singapore have used Raman spectroscopy to identify unstable organometallic clusters in solution.
A new book published by the RSC, Lust and Love: Is it more than chemistry? examines the age old questions of why people fall in love and what makes people attractive.
News that the National Library of Medicine has selected Molecular BioSystems, the RSC's chemical biology journal, for indexing and inclusion in their MEDLINE database brought the j...
Jeffery Davis, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Maryland, US, is the recipient of the inaugural Chem Soc Rev Lectureship.