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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

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

New and expectant mothers: assessing the risk

24 June 2015 Webinars

Get current, practical and relevant guidance on how to assess the risks and implement control measures for new and expectant mothers who work with chemicals

Chemical linguistics

24 June 2015 Comments

Chemistry is not language, explains Michael Gordin. But the metaphor is useful nonetheless

Mind the gap: essential tools for chemical development innovation

17 June 2015 Webinars

What challenges impede scientific innovation and what technologies will help your lab take research to the next level?

A prescription for chemists

5 June 2015 Comments

The public seem to confuse chemist with pharmacist, so how does a pharmacist feel about this?

A beginner’s guide to creating a winning company website

3 June 2015 Webinars

A beginner’s guide to developing a purposeful, coherent website for your business, this free webinar is ideal for staff in SMEs with limited digital experience.

Chemistry World podcast – June 2015

3 June 2015 Podcast | Monthly

What makes food sweet? How do we protect against food alteration? New e-paper, and possible treatment for ebola

June 2015

1 June 2015 Letters

The value of PhDs, defending the defence scientists and retention problems in teaching

Better cooking through chemistry

1 June 2015 Comments

Science and food have been courting each other for over a decade, says Ali Bouzari. It’s time to commit