Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
A swelling spinal implant promises relief from back pain for sufferers of degenerative disc disease.
Chemists from Canada have found a new way to perform asymmetric catalysis - in a crystal.
A new class of dyes for use as the recording layer in DVDs has been developed by a group of scientists from the Fuji Photo Film Company in Japan.
A less labour-intensive bench-top flow method of carrying out organic reactions has been investigated by scientists in the UK.
Thin films of YScO3, a potential next generation material that could be used in ever-shrinking electronic devices, have been made by scientists in Finland and Estonia.
A glass microchip has been used for the first time to carry out fast carbonylative cross-coupling reactions of arylhalides to form secondary amides.
A lab on a chip system, based on the detection of nucleic acids, has been developed by researchers in the US and the Netherlands.
Researchers in Japan have obtained key evidence concerning failures in proton-exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells.
2006 is set to be a special year for JAAS
Two new societies have named PPS as their official journal
Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry
Chemical Technology 2006 Issue 2
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