News from across RSC Publishing.
19 September 2007
Andy Benniston explains how photocatalysts could provide the answer to the planet's energy crisis.
24 September 2007
Roald Hoffmann talks to Alison Stoddart about chemical bonding and his new playground of high pressure chemistry
31 August 2007
Robots small enough to roam the human body and powered by living heart muscle have been built by scientists in Korea.
10 September 2007
A chemiluminescent sensor could be used to detect sarin with a glow response.
04 September 2007
Flame retardants and organochlorine pesticides are still present in the breast milk of US mothers.
05 September 2007
Ionic liquids have often been touted as the ultimate green solvent, but just how green is green?
18 September 2007
The unexpected decomposition of azides could raise difficulties for their chemical and biochemical application.
13 September 2007
A stable and highly conducting electrolyte for electrochromic devices such as 'smart' windows has been made by scientists in Portugal.
20 September 2007
Chemists in the UK have expanded the range of addition reactions that can be carried out with organozinc compounds.
29 August 2007
Zinc oxide nanocrystals that self-assemble into 'superlattices' are promising luminescent materials, say scientists in China.
07 September 2007
Microporous carbon materials with finely tuned pore sizes can be made from hyper-branched polymers.
25 September 2007
'DNA-surfactants' can cleanly and easily extract specific DNA sequences, potentially allowing mass production of DNA.
Months of hard work were rewarded recently as RSC Project Prospect was named as winner of the 2007 ALPSP/Charlesworth Award for Publishing Innovation.
You told us that you wanted direct access to the latest research. Now, thanks to the latest update of the RSC Journals website, that's exactly what we are delivering.
We are pleased to announce that the RSC eBook Collection has been updated to include the first set of 2007 titles.
Chemical Science 2007 Issue 10
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