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1 May 2012
On screen chemistry with Jonathan Hare
Why are strawberries so irresistible? Do the strawberries you pick in the wild really taste nicer than shop-bought ones?
1 March 2012
Mimicking plant life could be our way out of the energy crisis. Anna Lewcock talks to Tony Harriman to find out more
Simon Cotton takes a look at those compounds that find themselves in the news or relate to our everyday lives.
Since its discovery, laughing gas has played its part in our dental surgeries, operating theatres and - more controversially - at our parties
1 January 2012
New ruthenium-based compounds with fewer and less severe side effects, could replace longstanding platinum-based anticancer drugs
1 September 2011
Recent discoveries indicate that our atmosphere was not always oxygen rich - molybdenum could have been the limiting factor in the evolution of life on earth
1 January 2011
Stilton, camembert, limburger and cheddar - why, and how, does cheese come in such a variety of smells and tastes?
1 September 2010
Carbon sequestration - the removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere - is an active area of research
1 March 2010
Fifty years ago steroid abuse among sportsmen and women was a serious problem. Today, thanks to the skills of analytical chemists, the sporting cheats rarely win
FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY
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