Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
23 April 2008
Nicholas Pieczonka and Ricardo Aroca of the University of Windsor in Canada discuss single molecule analysis using surface-enhanced Raman scattering
31 March 2008
Gary Hieftje tells Nina Notman about the fun side of science.
25 March 2008
Scientists in Europe and the US have used ionic liquids in liquid-in-glass thermometers as alternatives to mercury and ethanol.
08 April 2008
A highly efficient light harvesting molecule could lead to cheaper solar cells, claim international scientists.
14 April 2008
Mitochondria have been used to power miniature motors for microfluidics.
03 April 2008
Nitric oxide releasing film provides 'significant step' towards molecule-based machines.
02 April 2008
Lab-on-a-chip technology could soon simplify a host of applications, thanks to a new way to move droplets up vertical surfaces on flexible chips.
16 April 2008
A microfluidic device that can identify exposure to sarin could help identify individuals needing treatment at sites of terrorist attack.
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27 March 2008
Scientists in China have taken a step towards a new sensor for detecting hidden explosives
31 March 2008
Chinese scientists have demonstrated a different way to make multilayer thin films.
Read the latest news from RSC publishing, including new features for RSC Prospect and two new titles in the Biomolecular Sciences book series.
Chemical Technology issue 5 2008
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