Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
December 2007 Issue 12
16 November 2007
Avtar Matharu and colleagues from the University of York, UK, explain how, when it comes to data, size matters
02 November 2007
Ferdi Schüth talks to Madelaine Chapman about rockets, catalysis and law
28 November 2007
A new molecule that switches shape when triggered by light could lead to nanoscale memory devices, say chemists in Japan.
22 November 2007
A team of Italian scientists has created a sunlight-powered cell that produces pure hydrogen from water
12 November 2007
A fast multi-step microreactor for enzymatic synthesis has been developed by scientists in Germany
29 November 2007
Chemistry is helping scientists in the US to detect explosives from a safer distance
06 November 2007
The largest transition metal-catalysed process in the chemical industry could soon get an efficiency boost, thanks to the isolation of a key catalytic intermediate.
08 November 2007
Microbial fuel cells for detecting pollutant levels in wastewater have been developed by Korean scientists.
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20 November 2007
Non-invasive infra-red spectrometry can provide scientists with improved quality checks for pharmaceutical production.
15 November 2007
US researchers have come up with a general strategy to integrate several biological steps in one microchip reactor.
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Manabu Tokeshi has been named as the 2007 winner of the Pioneers in Miniaturisation prize.
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Chemical Technology issue 12 2007
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