A survey of public attitudes to chemistry reveals misconceptions on both sides
Business leader: Why do companies attach abstract values to their names?
News leader: Are efforts to legislate 'legal highs' out of existence doomed to failure?
Science is a global endeavour and a national challenge
Business leader: It's been an interesting month in the world of off-label pharmaceuticals
Some things can’t be measured in money
Business leader: The dusty comment box in the canteen needs an overhaul
We can find chemistry everywhere, but sometimes it doesn’t want to be found
Business leader: How should we assess companies’ performance?
Science has great tales to tell, but we mustn’t let a good story get in the way of the facts
India is a place of contrast, where beacons of innovation highlight significant societal challenges
Whither the future of magazines? Wherever our readers lead us.
Here’s to the undiscovered country and all that we may find there
Scientists are harnessing public support to strengthen their political muscle
This year’s Nobel prize in chemistry is a classic tale of beating impossible odds and the laws of physics
After five and a half years I'm moving on to new challenges
At the American Chemical Society meeting we heard about how students are now engaging in alternative ways of communicating and promoting science
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Both disciplines should be treated as connected and collaborative endeavours
The big questions remain unanswered
Until Gandhi intervened in 1917, farmers were forced to grow indigo and cash crops instead of food crops
The Chemistry World science communication competition comes to fruition
EuCheMS congress - from Istanbul, to Seville to Liverpool in 2018
In my youth it'd have been Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin
Chemical science has never been more central to society