Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
28 February 2007
Frank Caruso and co-workers at the University of Melbourne, Australia, discuss how non-covalent interactions can be used for layer-by-layer surface modification
26 February 2007
Thomas Laurell, Lund University, Sweden, explains how ultrasound can be used to separate and move cells and particles in microfluidic devices.
12 January 2007
Food of the future could come wrapped in smart plastic that detects contamination - and then biodegrades once thrown away.
26 January 2007
Dreams of mapping temperature differences within biological cells may soon come true, say researchers in Japan.
08 February 2007
Chirality on nanoscopic surfaces can now be seen using optical microscopy.
13 February 2007
A simple enzyme-based biofuel cell has been made by a team of Japanese scientists.
30 January 2007
American researchers have used hydrogels to control the flow of liquid in microfluidic devices.
01 February 2007
Swedish scientists have developed a more sensitive and selective method for detecting the toxins produced by a fungus common in damp buildings.
07 February 2007
Microfluidics research is expensive. Or is it? Canadian researchers have made prototype microfluidic chips using only a simple off-the-shelf wax printer.
Celebrations are the order of the day for Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry (OBC) as it enters a fifth year of publishing.
A competition launched by RSC Publishing staff, which offered one lucky voter an iPod, closed recently with thousands of votes having been cast.
The early months of 2007 see an abundance of special issues from RSC journals.
Chemical Technology issue 3 2007
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