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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'

Science communication competition 2015–16

1 October 2015 News and Analysis

Your chance to be published in Chemistry World & present at the Royal Institution

NMR: the toolkit – how pulse sequences work

25 September 2015 Review

Tools of the trade

20 years ago: Anniversary planting

24 September 2015 Flashback

Queen’s University Belfast celebrated its 150th anniversary by planting a laburnum tree outside the former laboratory of chemist Thomas Andrews

REACH Registration: Are you ready for 2018?

23 September 2015 Webinars

Get an introducuction to the concepts of REACH Registration for the 2018 deadline, highlighting the challenges faced in particular by manufacturers and importers new to the process

Pericyclic reactions

18 September 2015 Review

Cyclical anniversaries

X-ray crystallography

4 September 2015 Review

A crystal primer

September 2015

1 September 2015 Letters

Remembering Evelyn Ebsworth and academics in industry

The postdoc problem: too many, or the wrong kind?

31 August 2015 Comments

Are concerns about postdoc proliferation valid? Maybe we just need to make their training more diverse, suggests Keith Micoli

D-block chemistry

28 August 2015 Review

D-block decoded

30 years ago: A Nobel portrait

27 August 2015 Last Retort

A painting of Dorothy Hodgkin depicting the busy scientist with four hands went on display at the National Portrait Gallery

August 2015

3 August 2015 Letters

Chemistry collector's edition and the way to Ytterby

Human universe

3 August 2015 Review

Rock stars

Chemistry World podcast – August2015

1 August 2015 Podcast | Monthly

In this space special, we learn how to study comets surfaces, and speak to a Nobel Prize winner about his 20-year-old prediction proving to be correct

20 years ago: RSC on the World Wide Web

23 July 2015 Flashback

The Royal Society of Chemistry launched it's online presence at a ceremony in Cambridge


22 July 2015 Podcast | Compounds

Brian Clegg tells us about a silicone gel, which can sometimes be a bit silly

Organic synthesis: state of the art – 2011–2013

22 July 2015 Review

The state of synthesis

Carminic acid

17 July 2015 Podcast | Compounds

Raychelle Burks introduces a red dye with a prickly history.

Fluorine in space

9 July 2015 Comments

Henrik Jönsson explains why fluorine holds a unique place in the understanding the history of the universe

20 years ago: The chemist collector

2 July 2015 Flashback

Sigma-Aldrich founder Alfred Bader published his autobiography

Chemistry World podcast – July 2015

1 July 2015 Podcast | Monthly

We ask, does graphene live up to the hype, and discuss injectable electronics that unfold in the brain