News from across RSC Publishing.
26 March 2007
Sugar catalysts can turn waste vegetable oil into biodiesel, researchers have revealed.
28 February 2007
Understanding the photochemistry of anise-flavoured drinks could help to extend their shelf life, say researchers in France.
05 March 2007
An unexpected barrier to the palladium-catalysed formation of carbon-nitrogen bonds has been uncovered by UK chemists.
14 March 2007
Measurements of strontium isotope ratios in birds' feathers could help unravel the mysteries of their migration patterns.
12 March 2007
Hidden fingerprints can now be revealed quickly and reliably thanks to two developments in nanotechnology.
20 March 2007
A small crawling robot can explain how snails move.
22 March 2007
Ultrasonic irradiation can break down ionic liquids into more environmentally benign compounds, say scientists.
02 March 2007
Fundamental surface chemistry gives new insight into the way acid rain attacks limestone.
08 March 2007
Researchers in France have developed a simple way to make inorganic microspheres that could be used for carrying and releasing drugs.
07 March 2007
Phosphonates provide protection for metallic car paints.
19 March 2007
Is spreading dredged sediment on floodplains worth the risk of metal contamination after a flood?
29 March 2007
A breakthrough in the understanding of the magnetic properties of organic semiconductors could lead to cheaper tablet PCs.
28 March 2007
A calixarene can adsorb nitrogen oxides, making it potentially useful for both storage and sensing applications.
27 March 2007
Neil Champness tells Nicola Nugent about putting molecules in their place
16 March 2007
Fikri Alemdaroglu and Andreas Herrmann are making the most of a new class of bioorganic hybrid materials
Launched at the beginning of February, Project Prospect is an exciting new initiative from RSC Publishing.
Analytical Abstracts has been thoroughly redeveloped to increase usability, making it an ideal web resource for researchers in analytical and bioanalytical science.
The Sheraton Hotel in Brussels, Belgium, was the setting for the third triennial RSC Editors' Symposium, held from 17th-19th February.