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Not all science is created equal

16 October 2014 Comments

John Ioannidis explains why researchers should be curious about the differences between disciplines

Chemistry of sustainable energy

16 October 2014 Review

No chemistry, no sustainability

Photochemistry and photophysics

14 October 2014 Review

The lighter way to enjoy chemistry

Live blog: Single molecule spectroscopy wins chemistry Nobel prize

8 October 2014 News and Analysis

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

Chemistry World podcast - October 2014

3 October 2014 Podcast | Monthly

We speak to Jason Sello about the hunt for new antibiotics, and Monique Simmonds explains the chemical role of botanical gardens

10 years ago: Chemistry World's critical acclaim

2 October 2014 Flashback

Over the past decade the magazine has won or been nominated for several awards

An escape plan

2 October 2014 Comments

Karin Bodewits suggests that academia’s chairs might hold more women if they have a clear view of the exit

The full spectrum: my life, times and views

29 September 2014 Review

From Saltaire to sporopollenin

Nanoscience: giants of the infinitesimal

23 September 2014 Review

Great and small

Visions of science

11 September 2014 Review

Back to the future

Go Lower! How carryover impacts your LCMS

9 September 2014 Webinars

Learn how to unlock the lower limits of your LCMS by using UHPLC with superb carryover performance

Chemistry World podcast - September 2014

5 September 2014 Podcast | Monthly

We speak to Paul Clarke about the challenges of natural product synthesis and discuss the pros and cons of perovskite solar cells

The chemistry of food

24 August 2014 Review

Much to digest

Falling behind: boom, bust & the global race for scientific talent

23 August 2014 Review

More scientists, more problems?

10 years ago: open access

21 August 2014 Flashback

The start of a shift to new publishing models

In defence of metrics

20 August 2014 Comments

Are metrics a necessary evil, or can they be a force for good? Anthony Olejniczak sticks up for stats

The chemistry of alchemy

20 August 2014 Review

Try your hand at transmutation

July 2014

7 August 2014 Letters

Size of research groups - is bigger better? Takeover bids and spontaneous combustion

August 2014

7 August 2014 Letters

Further Mary Rose sulfur debate, psychedelic drugs and the Choshu Five

Bioinorganic chemistry

7 August 2014 Review

Chemistry or biology?

Chemistry World podcast - August 2014

5 August 2014 Podcast | Monthly

This month, how artificial comets may explain the origins of asymmetry in life. Plus, we speak to Martyn Poliakoff