1 November 2008
Chemists at the University of Nottingham use supercritical fluids to process polymers for drug delivery systems and for tissue engineering.
1 September 2008
Chemicals that make bacteria lose their hair could be a new weapon in the fight against infections, and at the same time help to overcome the problem of antibiotic resistance
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Leo Sternbach, discoverer of the anti-anxiety drugs Librium and Valium
Painstaking work by chemists to characterise deadly alkaloids exuded in the skin of some brightly coloured poison arrow frogs has offered leads for new and useful pharmaceuticals
1 July 2008
Nanoscale chemical entities target the building blocks of biology with medicinal consequences
Originally a curiosity of the quantum world, NMR is now an essential tool for chemists, biochemists and clinicians
The intriguing chemistry of antimony, one of the earliest elements to be discovered
1 March 2008
Chemical reactions to power a host of different cells and batteries
The recent development of low cost, user-friendly scanning tunnelling microscopes has brought nanoscience experiments into undergraduate laboratories
Can a urine test offer insight into George III's insanity?
FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY
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