Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
September, 2007, Issue 9
20 August 2007
Paul Midgley, Edmund Ward, Ana Hungria and John Meurig Thomas discuss using nanotomography to take a 3D glimpse at the nanoworld.
28 August 2007
Jim Heath talks to Alison Stoddart about the discovery of C60 and his more recent adventures
13 August 2007
Photosensor array allows quality and quantity of mixture to be measured.
01 August 2007
Scientists at the University of Virginia, US, have developed a sensor able to detect both dopamine and serotonin simultaneously in vivo for the first time.
08 August 2007
New bendy LEDs don't crack under the strain.
16 August 2007
Chinese scientists have found concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in some Chinese cities to be among the highest in the world.
30 August 2007
The way in which the Mars Science Laboratory rover will identify Martian rocks has been tested by French scientists.
10 August 2007
Monitoring cancer markers in real-time in a biocompatible device.
06 August 2007
Single nucleotide polymorphs found quickly and easily.
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03 August 2007
Scientists in China have developed a simple sensor for proteins in DNA using gold nanoparticles.
22 August 2007
Researchers in Switzerland have built nanoscale cargo loading stations and shuttles, an important step towards assembly lines for nanotechnology.
17 August 2007
Researchers in Canada are using a new approach for the detection of HIV-1 protease.
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.
Chemical Technology issue 9 2007
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