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A plaque for penicillin

19 December 2014 Flashback

The second International Historic Chemical Landmark was designated at St Mary’s Hospital in London

Reflections on the REF

18 December 2014 Comments

Richard Catlow and Graham Hutchings evaluate the state of chemistry research and find it enjoying rude health

IR and Raman spectral identification: what’s new?

9 December 2014 Webinars

Introducing the latest technology for identifying unknown IR and Raman spectra and the advantages it has over search software and other tools.

December 2014

8 December 2014 Letters

All that glitters may be gold-plated

How to change minds about our changing climate

5 December 2014 Review

Arming you with arguments

Chemistry World podcast - December 2014

4 December 2014 Podcast | Monthly

How nitrogen can make green explosives and why molecular communication might produce chatty nanobots

Power to the people

1 December 2014 Editorial

Scientists are harnessing public support to strengthen their political muscle

10 years ago: periodic poster purchased

27 November 2014 Flashback

An RSC poster of the periodic table from Damien Hirst's restaurant sold for £6000

COSHH for chemists

26 November 2014  Premium contentWebinars

Understand the principles of COSHH without over-complicating the process

The chemists’ war: 1914-1918

18 November 2014 Review

The negative side of chemistry

Good science, bad science?

13 November 2014 Comments

Paul Leonard is concerned by industry's exclusion from policy panels – it’s the science that matters, not who pays for it

Public health is the bottom line

13 November 2014 Comments

To safeguard society, regulators must be free from the influence of industry interests, says Martin Pigeon

November 2014

12 November 2014 Letters

Supporting small journals, water chemistry and all natural compounds

Science and art: the painted surface

6 November 2014 Review

Connecting the dots

October 2014

4 November 2014 Letters

Alternative measurements, indigo and hot topics

Chemistry World podcast - November 2014

3 November 2014 Podcast | Monthly

We speak to Eric Betzig about his Nobel prize-winning research, and find out how thermoelectric materials can be made more efficient

September 2014

3 November 2014 Letters

Edible paint, Indian injustice and past memories

An interdisciplinary celebration

1 November 2014 Editorial

This year’s Nobel prize in chemistry is a classic tale of beating impossible odds and the laws of physics

10 years ago: Manchester merger

30 October 2014 Flashback

UMIST and the Victoria University of Manchester merged to form the University of Manchester

Driving profit through smart procurement

23 October 2014 Webinars

How effective are your purchasing habits? Learn about cost-saving approaches that could support your company