News from across RSC Publishing.
30 January 2007
Pollen capsules that can be filled with nanomaterials could be used for drug delivery, say scientists.
15 February 2007
Researchers in the US have come a step closer to understanding how some of the earliest biochemistry on Earth began.
01 February 2007
Microgels could be used to repair damaged spinal discs, say UK scientists.
08 February 2007
Simple detection of a colourless chemical warfare agent.
26 January 2007
Rotational spectroscopy could provide definitive proof of aromatic molecules in space.
12 February 2007
Ozone depletion is not all bad, say an international team of scientists.
05 February 2007
Renovating moisture-damaged schools reduces the number of microbes present and can improve pupils' health, according to researchers in Finland.
21 February 2007
Cuban chemists have made a biosensor to detect the stimulant xanthine, found in drinks such as coffee, tea and cola.
22 February 2007
David Clary talks molecular quantum dynamics with Hilary Crichton
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
Celebrations are the order of the day for Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry (OBC) as it enters a fifth year of publishing.
The early months of 2007 see an abundance of special issues from RSC journals.
A competition launched by RSC Publishing staff, which offered one lucky voter an iPod, closed recently with thousands of votes having been cast.