1 May 2010
Advances in mass spectrometry (MS) technology over the past 30 years have pushed this technique into the hands of biologists and biochemists
The design of synthetic vaccines offers a more systematic approach to vaccine therapy for many illnesses, including cancer, and even drug addiction
1 March 2010
The psychedelic effects of fly agaric mushrooms
1 January 2010
Titania catalysts are being used to keep hospital surfaces clean and to produce hydrogen in solar cells
Few people will not have been touched by the tragic death of musician and pop icon Michael Jackson last summer. The cause of his untimely death has been linked to the drug propofol. What is propofol and is it lethal?
Three years after the discovery of mauveine in 1856 by William Henry Perkin, the second commercially synthetic dye, magenta, was in production
1 November 2009
Recent evidence suggests that ocean removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is having serious consequences for marine life
Can phosphorus-rich foods, such as fish, improve our intellect?
1 September 2009
In 1959 Aldoph Butenandt identified and synthesised the first pheromone, bombykol. Since then scientists have discovered how male silkworm moths receive this chemical message
Joseph Lister's use of phenol as an antiseptic revolutionised surgical practice in the 19th century. But was he the first to use this antiseptic technique?
FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY
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