Chemical technology news from across RSC Publishing.
18 June 2008
Hiroshi Imahori and Tomokazu Umeyama explain why carbon nanotubes are promising candidates for organic solar cells.
10 June 2008
Jeff Tester talks to James Hodge about the importance of environmental science
29 May 2008
NASA scientists have developed a new microfluidic system that is tough enough to be used in outer space.
02 June 2008
Body odour can be collected on skin patches and used to diagnose disease.
19 June 2008
Combining two different fuel cell technologies can boost cell performance. UK scientists find out why.
09 June 2008
Patients with glaucoma and related eye diseases could soon be treated with a refillable drug delivery device - replacing the need for injections into the eyeball.
21 May 2008
Explosives can now be detected at picogram levels thanks to a polymer developed by scientists in the US.
13 June 2008
The properties of drugs can be improved by using high pressure to make different crystalline forms, claim UK scientists.
02 June 2008
Toxins responsible for food poisoning can be detected using nanoscale transistors, claim US scientists.
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23 June 2008
Cancer-causing compounds in the air can be detected using a hand-held spectrometer.
Read the latest news from RSC publishing, including two new titles in the RSC journal portfolio.
Chemical Technology issue 7 2008
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