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Fortress House

2 April 2015 Flashback

The Scientific Societies Lecture Theatre in Savile Row, London, was used for RSC lectures for many years

Be careful what you wish for

25 March 2015 Comments

Measuring R&D productivity is a thorny issue. Dennis Lendrem urges the pharmaceutical industry to learn from its mistakes.

The lost elements: the periodic table’s shadow side

17 March 2015 Review

Lost but not forgotten

The Oxford handbook of food fermentations

13 March 2015 Review

Food for thought

Macrocycles in drug discovery

10 March 2015 Review

A rounded concept

Chemistry World podcast – March 2015

5 March 2015 Podcast | Monthly

How cephalopods teach chemists about camouflage, and new ways to convert carbon dioxide into useful materials

Metal mergers

26 February 2015 Flashback

The Metals Society and the Institution of Metallurgists merged to form a new learned society

Perfecting the science of R&D tax relief

26 February 2015 Webinars

Raising awareness of R&D tax relief, eligibility to claim, and guiding companies through the complexities of submitting claims to HMRC.

Calculations in chemistry

20 February 2015 Review

Chemical calculus

Setting the record straight

19 February 2015 Comments

Everyone makes mistakes, says François-Xavier Coudert. But in science, everyone has to correct them too.

CLP: Act now before the June 2015 deadline

17 February 2015 Webinars

Unsure about how CLP impacts on your business? This short webinar aims provide to a broad overview.

Indian science at the crossroads

12 February 2015 Comments

S Umapathy, from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, surveys the Indian scientific landscape

February 2015

9 February 2015 Letters

Reflections on the REF, climate controversy and the pros and cons of fracking

Chemistry World podcast - February 2015

5 February 2015 Podcast | Monthly

Cannabis, peanuts and explosive investigations – all in the February 2015 Chemistry World podcast

Exploring best practice in Design of Experiments

4 February 2015 Webinars

A series of seminars, streamed from Burlington House in London, featuring two leading experts in Design of Experiments.

Bright lights and dark shadows

3 February 2015 Editorial

India is a place of contrast, where beacons of innovation highlight significant societal challenges

Notes on notation

29 January 2015 Flashback

The UK chapter of the Chemical Notation Association met for the first time

What we mean when we talk about bonds

29 January 2015 Comments

Santiago Alvarez delves into the debates and disagreements that surround one of chemistry's most fundamental concepts

January 2015

16 January 2015 Letters

Neonicotinoids in the crossfire

Fred Sanger – double Nobel laureate: a biography

16 January 2015 Review

A biochemical life

ChemDoodle 7: chemical publishing software

14 January 2015 Review

More than scribbles