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Letters October 2013

19 November 2013 Letters

Humourous ups and downs, veterinary pharmaceuticals and a carbon capture query.

Letters September 2013

19 November 2013 Letters

Forensic detail, biological weapons and IRrelevant spectroscopy?

Letters November 2013

19 November 2013 Letters

Periodic tables, relevant research and undergraduate cheating.

Letters August 2013

7 November 2013 Letters

Space mining, computational calculations and chemophobia or common sense?

Letters June 2013

5 November 2013 Letters

Bumblebee attitudes, sound theories and hope for hydrogen.

Letters July 2013

5 November 2013 Letters

Defending bees, new antibiotics and a fixation on nitrogen.

Letters May 2013

25 October 2013 Letters

From comments on fascinating fungus, to the discussion of spiritual science and charity in the lab.

Sensational science

17 April 2013 Letters

Was the discovery of Richard III's remains hyped by the press?

The art of thinking

11 January 2013 Letters

Students are too busy to think and academics won't sit still. There may be trouble ahead.

Hard day's night

6 December 2012 Letters

Chemists' working habits seem to have little regard for office hours. Should we resist the trend toward working longer?

Evolution's evolution

21 November 2012 Letters

Unraveling evolution takes more than just Darwinism and genetics

Top of the MOFs

31 October 2012 Letters

Yes, they can hold on to hydrogen but MOFs also need to learn to let go

Martin Fleischmann (1927–2012)

6 September 2012 Letters

A colleague recalls the achievements and personality of the electrochemist at the centre of the cold fusion debacle

The bees needs

5 September 2012 Letters

A bee keeper's plea for agrichemical honesty

Remediate with carbonate

28 August 2012 Letters

An option for destroying stockpiles of chemical weapons seems to have been overlooked

Rings of truth

1 August 2012 Letters

Olympicene isn't the only molecule capable of Olympic feats

Fracking lacking concerns

1 June 2012 Letters

Fracking coverage must acknowledge the potential environmental impact

In defence of salt

1 June 2012 Letters

It's the dose that makes the poison

Open access overture

1 June 2012 Letters

It's not just academics who are interested

Seeing the light

1 May 2012 Letters

If big pharma won't bring photodynamic therapy to market, somebody should

The unusual suspects

1 May 2012 Letters

There are more elements in pharma than are dreamt of in Derek Lowe's philosophy

Truth about science

1 May 2012 Letters

Poor quality research and a lack of scientific rigour are more harmful to science than misconduct


27 April 2012  Premium contentLetters

Seeing the light

Grant clarity

1 April 2012 Letters

Applicants do not help their proposals by the apparently careless way in which they sometimes present their applications


28 March 2012  Premium contentLetters

Grant clarity