Origins of Bragg's Law, a mysterious recipe and the use of -ous in US
The long history of crystallography, more on 'us and -ous, and a mysterious recipe is solved
Ångstrom's early version of Bragg's Law and the power of plutonium.
Philip Ball's article on chemistry's climate change sceptics prompts responses from both sides of the debate
Humourous ups and downs, veterinary pharmaceuticals and a carbon capture query.
Forensic detail, biological weapons and IRrelevant spectroscopy?
Periodic tables, relevant research and undergraduate cheating.
Space mining, computational calculations and chemophobia or common sense?
Bumblebee attitudes, sound theories and hope for hydrogen.
Defending bees, new antibiotics and a fixation on nitrogen.
From comments on fascinating fungus, to the discussion of spiritual science and charity in the lab.
Was the discovery of Richard III's remains hyped by the press?
Students are too busy to think and academics won't sit still. There may be trouble ahead.
Chemists' working habits seem to have little regard for office hours. Should we resist the trend toward working longer?
Unraveling evolution takes more than just Darwinism and genetics
Yes, they can hold on to hydrogen but MOFs also need to learn to let go
A colleague recalls the achievements and personality of the electrochemist at the centre of the cold fusion debacle
A bee keeper's plea for agrichemical honesty
An option for destroying stockpiles of chemical weapons seems to have been overlooked
Olympicene isn't the only molecule capable of Olympic feats
Fracking coverage must acknowledge the potential environmental impact
It's the dose that makes the poison
It's not just academics who are interested
If big pharma won't bring photodynamic therapy to market, somebody should
There are more elements in pharma than are dreamt of in Derek Lowe's philosophy