Better OLEDs

ChemSci Pick of the Week (INFOGRAPHIC) – A new synthesis could lead to more stable and more efficient blue OLEDS.

Finding a needle in a haystack

ChemSci Pick of the Week (INFOGRAPHIC) – A new infrared spectroscopy method could become a new method for blood sample analysis in the future.

Wrapping up molecules

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.

A challenging synthesis

ChemSci Pick of the Week – A team of scientists in Japan have come up with a simple method to synthesise difficult-to-access twisted phenanthrene molecules.

Using magnets to separate chiral 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.

Harnessing machine learning to discover new materials

ChemSci Pick of the Week – A machine-learning method can accurately predict the optical and electronic properties of 350,000 binary copolymers – paving the way for the discovery of new materials for clean energy, lighting, and communications technology.

Finding the right match

ChemSci Pick of the Week (VIDEO) – Researchers in China have developed a cyclic peptide that selectively targets cysteines within a protein structure.

From killer to cure

ChemSci Pick of the Week (INFOGRAPHIC) – A new potential treatment for an aggressive type of breast cancer takes inspiration from a dangerous virus.

Molecular electronics

ChemSci Pick of the Week (VIDEO) – An unusual class of molecules could revolutionise the electronics industry.

A light bulb moment

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.

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