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From 3 July 2017, for a period of 12 months, Chemical Communications will be offering authors a choice on how their manuscripts will be peer reviewed.
Sharon Mitchell, from ETH Zurich, and Amalia Gallardo explain the concept behind the latest Green Chemistry cover.
As major political parties release their manifestos ahead of the coming general election, our Director of Science Policy, Dr Jo Reynolds, explains what our priorities will be under the new government.
Three girls from Thornhill College took first place in the Northern Ireland heat of the RSC’s Schools’ Analyst Competition.
Dr M. Carmen Galan has been awarded the 2017 Royal Society of Chemistry Carbohydrate Chemistry Award.
Shun-Jun Ji, Shun-Yi Wang and their research group at Soochow University have used a peaceful aquatic scene to illustrate their environmentally-friendly chemical reaction.
Neil Barnes, from the University of Nottingham, has received one of our highest accolades – our president’s award – for "outstanding contributions to the dissemination, advancement or applications of chemical science"
Scientists in Denmark and Spain have designed a molecular machine that can detect MDMA – the active ingredient in ecstasy – in tiny quantities and with almost 100% certainty.
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