ChemSci Pick of the Week – In today’s pick, Dr Stefanie Susanne Dehnen and her colleagues at Philipps-Universität Marburg in Germany describe a new synthetic method for a difficult-to-access class of molecules.
ChemSci Pick of the Week – A team of scientists in Israel have developed a method for sorting chiral molecules using a magnet – a first that will enable cheaper and more effective drug production in the future.
This year we are marking the 100th anniversary of the Pay and Reward report, which was originally conducted by the Royal Institute of Chemistry to report on the pay of chemists following the First World War.
This week marks World Autism Awareness Week, and 2 April is World Autism Day. We take a look at some challenges that might be faced by people with autism in STEM, and the resources we have available to help.
ChemSci Pick of the Week (INFOGRAPHIC) – Professor Zhengtao Deng and his team from Nanjing University in China have developed a new photoluminescent material that could be used to make more efficient and environmentally friendly LEDs.
Professor Peter Sadler from the University of Warwick mesmerised over 550 college students and faculty members from Chennai with his public lecture on the periodic table, which showcased elements of life and medicines.