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Identifying chemical warfare agents in samples can be an analytical challenge, expert says
Chem – the first physical sciences journal published by Cell Press – aims to give chemistry “the recognition it deserves”
Elsevier’s new journal NanoImpact publishes research on all aspects of nanosafety
For the best possible science, gender balance is essential – with speakers at conferences, too
Identifying the chemicals that make clothing smell could improve the washing process
Scientists receive €50,000 (1st prize) and €25,000 (2nd prize) to support their green chemistry projects in the developing world
Developing microbial fuel cells to turn one of our biggest waste products into electricity
Proposals include sustainable solutions for clean water, textile dying, farming and fertilizer delivery
Soap is great for cleaning up after dinner, but what’s the science behind it?
New journal is dedicated to publishing data in chemistry, with free data-sharing options
Reaxys helps research chemists extract data from vast and increasing volume of chemistry literature
A new method helps scientists see the history of our climate in Tibetan ice
In our holiday selection of chemistry articles, researchers reveal a new way to make synthetic diamonds and healthier wine
Prize recognizes outstanding research by PhD students in chemistry
Scientists reveal early-stage strategies for bringing safer, more effective drugs to market faster
Detecting new club drugs is vital for authorities to keep up with trafficking
Free special article collection celebrates Chemistry Week
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