News from across RSC Publishing.
11 April 2007
David Levy explores thin-film coatings that drastically reduce UV damage to materials.
25 April 2007
Jim Feast talks to Alison Stoddart about polymer science of the past, present and future
10 April 2007
Sewage treatments don't remove antibiotics from our wastewater.
05 April 2007
Nuclear waste repositories could be safer places thanks to UK chemists.
17 April 2007
Making double bonds in a more selective and efficient way could open the door to a family of biologically active natural products.
24 April 2007
US scientists have developed a non-destructive method to detect possible forged documents.
02 April 2007
Rationally designed smart nanomaterials could be a step closer thanks to Chinese chemists.
13 April 2007
A new family of porous metal-organic frameworks with flexible ligands has been created by UK scientists.
19 April 2007
The days of the traditional incandescent lightbulb may be numbered.
04 April 2007
Semiconducting polymers show some inexplicable behaviour.
23 April 2007
UK chemists have isolated an unusual type of solvent complex that might play a crucial role as an intermediate in catalytic reactions.
The RSC enjoyed a busy and exciting ACS spring meeting in Chicago.
Scientists with an interest in specific topics at the chemistry-biology interface can easily find relevant research articles from across RSC journals, thanks to Biology in Focus.
The highly successful Biomolecular Sciences Book Series now includes seven titles that provide an authoritative insight to research at the chemistry-biology interface.