Gentler methods of processing proteins using supercritical fluids promise to make them even more valuable for pharmaceuticals.
Ever felt frustrated by the public's ignorance of chemistry? Want to do something about it but can't find the resources and guidance? Help is out there, reports Richard Stevenson.
But is it capable of supporting life? Spectrometers and 'Tardis-like' analysers on robots from Earth are at the heart of three missions to find out.
Cancer cells rely on the heat shock protein Hsp90, but healthy cells need it as well.
Peter Gregory, the RSC's director of publishing, explains what open archive initiatives could mean to scientific research and to learned societies.