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1 July 2013
Turning an active drug molecule into a finished product requires as much chemistry as developing the drug in the first place, as Phillip Broadwith discovers.
1 January 2013
Simon Cotton investigates a molecule that is making the news
1 March 2012
Avogadro’s lab: Investigating why molecules have different shapes
Simon Cotton takes a look at those compounds that find themselves in the news or relate to our everyday lives.
1 January 2012
New ruthenium-based compounds with fewer and less severe side effects, could replace longstanding platinum-based anticancer drugs
1 November 2011
On screen chemistry with Jonathan Hare
1 March 2011
An early example of how blue skies research by Pierre and Marie Curie led to the treatment of previously incurable cancers
1 November 2010
Quinine was the first successful anti-malarial, but it is now more familiar to us as the bitter taste in tonic water, but what is the story?
1 July 2010
That’s chemistry: The molecules behind Mars bars
1 May 2010
The design of synthetic vaccines offers a more systematic approach to vaccine therapy for many illnesses, including cancer, and even drug addiction
FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY
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