Acrylamide may not be quite as bad as it seems
One of the biggest selling pharmaceuticals in history, the ‘mother’s little helper’
Nina Notman looks at recent advice to start popping vitamin D supplements during the shorter days
As lithium-ion batteries are pushed to their limits, what technology could replace them?
As plastics fill up and pollute our oceans, recognising their value rather than thinking of them as disposable could help us deal with what has turned into a large, global problem
Nina Notman admires the plethora of different uses for the separation techniques known collectively as chromatography
As this year saw the filling of the remaining four gaps in the periodic table, Sam Tracey visited Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to find out how to make a new element