News from across RSC Publishing.
03 May 2007
Bill Baker extols the virtues of cold-water marine natural products and considers their future prospects.
24 May 2007
Is polymorphism crystal clear? Nicola Nugent asks Ashwini Nangia.
18 May 2007
How much cocaine is going up Dublin's nose? The answer lies in the output from the city's wastewater treatment plants.
01 May 2007
Two new compounds have been identified in an original sample of Perkin's mauveine dye.
14 May 2007
Synthetic molecules that can simultaneously transport two different ions across a membrane could lead to a new class of drugs.
02 May 2007
Researchers in Switzerland have made artificial membrane pores that can recognise nucleotides.
22 May 2007
Radiopharmacueticals reach their target with shorter arms.
04 May 2007
A porous silicon nanobomb that heats up with near-infrared irradiation could cause cancer cells in the body to explode.
10 May 2007
US scientists have developed a cheaper and quicker way of making three-dimensional microstructures.
29 May 2007
Theoretical chemists predict that gold atoms could serve as a versatile glue to stick molecules together.
25 May 2007
Cross-shaped molecules can sense amines.
16 May 2007
Gold particles have been grown inside silica nanoshells in an inside out approach to synthesis.
15 May 2007
Removal of nitrogen oxides from car exhaust fumes continues to be a challenge for environmental scientists.
09 May 2007
Flowers and walnuts are just some of the shapes scientists in China have made in a technique developed for making selenium microstructures.
08 May 2007
Serine isn't alone in its sublimation behaviour.
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The highly successful Biomolecular Sciences Book Series now includes seven titles that provide an authoritative insight to research at the chemistry-biology interface.
Research from across four institutions, in two countries, and involving eight researchers has become the first RSC Open Science paper.