Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
November, 2007, Issue 11
23 October 2007
Ivo Vankelecom of the Katholieke Universiteit of Leuven, Belgium, looks at the potential for solvent-resistant filtration - from the lab to the plant.
19 October 2007
David Russell is using chemistry in the fight against terrorism and disease. Joanne Thomson finds out how.
18 October 2007
Swiss scientists have developed a way to detect fingerprints by measuring the chemical traces they leave on a surface.
02 October 2007
Programmable microfluidic devices could help reduce animal testing, according to scientists in the US.
25 October 2007
Medical imaging methods may soon have a new contrast agent thanks to a different way of preparing nanoparticles.
04 October 2007
Fed up with having to optimise your own reactions? Ever wondered why you can't get a computer to do it for you?
09 October 2007
Scientists working in Spain and the UK have developed a photoelectrochemical sensor that can be used to measure micron-sized objects.
15 October 2007
The products of an important industrial reaction have been found to dissolve the catalysts themselves, dispensing with the need for co-solvents.
11 October 2007
Selective detection of glutamate in brain tissue using microelectrode arrays has been achieved by scientists in the US.
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31 October 2007
Devices that release pain killing drugs in response to the amount of strain placed on them could soon be science fact thanks to researchers from France.
Successfully launched in early 2007 the RSC eBook Collection is already a global success.
This month sees three RSC journals focus on key research areas.
On September 7th, over 200 senior industrialists and academics gathered in Beijing to mark the launch of Chemistry World: China.
Chemical Technology issue 11 2007
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