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Flashback: 20 years ago

3 February 2016 Flashback

Zeneca brought puree from genetically modified tomatoes onto UK supermarket shelves

EU funding: how to make a successful application

29 January 2016 Webinars

This webinar will introduce EU funding available to SMEs through Horizon2020, the SME instrument, and Eurostars

Come to the Chemistry World communication competition live final

29 January 2016 News and Analysis

Register now to be in the audience in the Faraday lecture theatre

Flashback: 40 years ago

11 January 2016 Flashback

CAS and computers came together to create unique chemicals identifiers

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Thing explainer

5 January 2016 Podcast | Monthly

Our book club podcast considers simple language in science as we discuss Randall Munroe's new book, Thing explainer.

January 2016

4 January 2016 Letters

Readers' thoughts and feedback

The illusion of self-correction

4 January 2016 Comments

Ferric Fang and Arturo Casadevall ask how science deals with alleged research misconduct

Chemistry World's science communication competition

4 January 2016 News and Analysis

Only a few days left to send us your entry!

Chemistry World podcast – December 2015

9 December 2015 Podcast | Monthly

This month, we learn how to leave the calories out of fine chocolate, and discover the earth might be older than we thought

Chemistry analysis and dashboards for interactive data access in TIBCO Spotfire

8 December 2015 Webinars

See how you can quickly analyse your chemistry data and associate structures with biological information

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – Why does asparagus make your wee smell?

4 December 2015 Podcast | Monthly

In this podcast, we learn why does asparagus make your wee smell, as we discuss Andy Brunning's new book

Biocidal Products Regulation: supply chain obligations

3 December 2015 Webinars

A brief introduction to the BPR regulations for companies that supply and market biocidal products and treated articles.

December 2015

1 December 2015 Letters

The likes of language and glove discussions

25 years ago: Research and reward

26 November 2015 Flashback

E J Corey reflects on winning the Nobel Prize

Chemistry World podcast – November 2015

9 November 2015 Podcast | Monthly

This month we meet chemisty Nobel winner,Thomas Lindahl, and we learn how bio-markers might be used to determine the time of death

Chemistry World Book Club podcast - Scientific Babel

5 November 2015 Podcast | Monthly

We probe the nature of scientific language with Michael Gordin's bestseller, Scientific Babel

November 2015

2 November 2015 Letters

Exaggerated cholesterol danger and lanthanides at the antiques fair

30 years ago: Set for success

29 October 2015 Flashback

Sir Jack Baldwin's enthusiasm for science began with the gift of a chemistry set

Chemistry World podcast – October 2015

19 October 2015 Podcast | Monthly

This month, we chart a course through chemical space and discover the potential problems of cleaning up Sellafield

October 2015

8 October 2015 Letters

Periodic table harmonies and woolly models

Behind closed doors: How to win the Nobel prize

7 October 2015 Comments

Bengt Norden addresses the myths and rumours surrounding the world's most prestigious science prize

Live blog: Unravelling DNA repair mechanisms takes chemistry Nobel

7 October 2015 News and Analysis

Keep up with the latest news and gossip on the Nobel prize

Chemistry World Book Club podcast – A is for Arsenic

1 October 2015 Podcast | Monthly

In the first of a brand new podcast series, we get together to discuss 'A is for Arsenic: the poisons of Agatha Christie'