Sigma-Aldrich founder Alfred Bader published his autobiography
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
Chemistry is not language, explains Michael Gordin. But the metaphor is useful nonetheless
What challenges impede scientific innovation and what technologies will help your lab take research to the next level?
The public seem to confuse chemist with pharmacist, so how does a pharmacist feel about this?
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.
Science and food have been courting each other for over a decade, says Ali Bouzari. It’s time to commit
Peter Atkins was awarded the 1969 Meldola medal for his work in theoretical chemistry
Learn about the latest revisions of the Classification, Labeling and Packaging of substances and mixtures regulation
Join us in this free webinar to find out how to effectively deploy the latest spectral data and analysis tools campus-wide at your university or college.
It may not be an element you think of as problematic. But, as Mark Foreman explains, iodine causes very complicated problems in nuclear accidents
Everything is illuminated
Conduct and misconduct, and to PhD or not to PhD?
We find out how nanotoxicology could be holding back development, and ask if 'patent or perish' should be the new academic adage
The chemical using industries remain central to UK economic recovery, explains Simon Rushworth
How prisoners during the Second World War were able to study for chemistry degrees
How do you smell? We discuss a controversial theory about odour detection, and investigate forensic toxicology
The Scientific Societies Lecture Theatre in Savile Row, London, was used for RSC lectures for many years
A classic demonstration explained, and misadventures with mercury