News from across RSC Publishing.
13 November 2007
Andreas Kirschning explains how genetically modified microbes offer a short-cut to valuable derivatives of natural products
09 November 2007
Pekka Pyykkö talks to Caroline Moore about relativistic effects and the thrill of theoretical chemistry
15 November 2007
The pesticide terbutryn still contaminates tributaries of the Rhine, despite having been banned in 2003
08 November 2007
Chemists in the US have created a molecular vase that mimics an enzyme's catalytic activity
31 October 2007
Water-soluble ligands speed up coupling reaction with less catalyst
29 October 2007
Monomers swap bonds to create new polymer when heated.
21 November 2007
DNA and gold nanoparticles provide a more sensitive way to detect copper ions in nature
05 November 2007
US scientists have developed a new technique for investigating the biologically active forms of the anticancer drug Taxol
23 November 2007
An efficient catalytic approach turns plant oils into precursors for polymers and detergents with very little waste, say chemists in Germany
26 November 2007
Lab-on-a-chip-sized ion sensors could be made more reliable thanks to work from Australia and Switzerland
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Manabu Tokeshi has been named as the 2007 winner of the Pioneers in Miniaturisation prize.
Molecular BioSystems unzips...
Chemical Science issue 12 2007
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