News from across RSC Publishing.
10 August 2007
Xue-Mei Li and Mercedes Crego-Calama share their view on how roughness influences surface wettability.
20 August 2007
Bob Grubbs talks to Alison Stoddart about the beginnings of organometallic chemistry and his search for the next catalyst
23 August 2007
Scientists are a step closer to the precise control of chirality at the molecular level thanks to a quantum chemical study.
30 July 2007
Penguin guano in the Antarctic is adding to organic pollutant problems there, say Belgian scientists.
08 August 2007
Investigating how nickel hydroxide crystals grow in nanospace could lead to improved performance of rechargeable batteries, say scientists in Japan.
03 August 2007
Combining chemical and enzymatic approaches brings promise of a cure for a debilitating parasitic disease.
06 August 2007
Carbon nanotube scaffolds that can support bacterial cells could be used as electrodes in microbial fuel cells.
14 August 2007
A switchable bioelectronic system can catalyse the transformation of alcohols to aldehydes 'on demand'.
21 August 2007
Rubber moulds have been used to shape a fibrous scaffold for growing replacement cartilage.
02 August 2007
A porous polymer scaffold for tissue engineering, which has tuneable cell adhesion, has been developed by Swedish and Belgian scientists.
16 August 2007
An unusually stable dye based on the well-known Bodipy structure could find use in anti-forgery systems.
28 August 2007
Selenium-based radicals show unusually high magnetic ordering temperatures.
As celebrations for the 5th year of publishing for Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry (OBC) continue, RSC Publishing staff have been reflecting on the activities and successes.
Issue 30 of Journal of Materials Chemistry hosts a theme issue dedicated to New Energy Materials.