Chemical biology news from across RSC Publishing.
Issue 1, Research News
24 November 2006
Doctors could one day give health check-ups by analysing our breath, UK chemists say.
06 December 2006
An improved way of detecting cell signalling molecules could increase scientist's understanding of Parkinson's disease.
07 December 2006
Lipids shown potential could improve gene therapy.
30 November 2006
A material that mimics bone could be used to simultaneously mend and numb the pain of broken limbs.
27 November 2006
A doubled-up drug could be the answer to superbugs.
11 December 2006
Detecting exposure to Legionella in the shower is now possible using a sampling method devised by scientists in France.
22 November 2006
Anticancer compounds should prove more effective if they are protected in an organic jacket, claim researchers in Australia.
29 November 2006
Harnessing light energy by mimicking photosynthesis could be the future for energy systems.
02 January 2007
A revolutionary change in finding relevant chemical and molecular biology articles is underway.
08 December 2006
Wolfgang Lubitz puts metalloproteins on the map. Joanne Thomson asks how...
15 December 2006
Setting the record straight about spiders...
From 2007, authors publishing in RSC journals will start to see their science 'come alive' thanks to an exciting new project.
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Journal celebrations in 2007