Chemical biology news from across RSC Publishing.
Issue 8, Research News
20 July 2007
Emerging spectroscopic techniques that promise to change cancer and bone disease diagnosis.
13 July 2007
Yoshinobu Baba tells Celia Clarke how nanotechnology could measure our health and happiness.
16 July 2007
Does the beauty of butterfly wings hold the key to understanding evolution?
06 July 2007
A microelectrode array allows controlled delivery of genetic material to cell cultures.
03 July 2007
Scientists in China have found a way to reset cancer cells' biological clock that could lead to new anticancer agents.
11 July 2007
Fluorescent dyes incorporating transition metals offer significant advantages over existing dyes in cell imaging, say UK scientists.
09 July 2007
French researchers have been using spectroscopy to tell their left from their right.
18 July 2007
Population patch clamp electrophysiology could cut drug screening times.
26 June 2007
Chemists working in China have used a native protein to deliver anticancer medicines to tumour cells.
04 July 2007
A series of potential drugs to treat iron-overload disorders show unusual iron binding properties, say researchers in Australia.
28 June 2007
Spanish scientists have used computational chemistry to follow oxygen's journey to the iron centre of hemes.
RSC Publishing is celebrating the continued success of its journals following the release of the 2006 impact factors.
Methods in Organic Synthesis is holding a cover competition, for all those involved or interested in organic chemistry.