Fancy a lab coat that acts as a chemical shield? US researchers say it could be possible thanks to a new coating that repels more liquids than any other similar material
Buy a bag of crisps that’s full of air, and you feel slightly cheated. But if you’re buying or making an aerogel, the air content should be as high as possible
Is uncorking headed for the dustbin?
The webinar begins by asking the question “Why is the Earth’s surface the temperature it is?”.
With the ever increasing change in the global economic demographics it is time to consider just what impact this has beyond the already accepted increase in healthcare costs.
presented on 19 Nov 2013
Poster by Dr. Alessandro Poma, Dr. Yao Xu and Dr. Nicholas Turner
Poster by Zheling Li, Robert J. Young and Ian A. Kinloch
Poster by Victoria J. Wickens, Mike P. Garratt, Alison P. Bailey and Simon G. Potts
Poster by Jennifer Wickens, Stuart Roberts, Alison Bailey and Simon G. Potts
Poster by Nicholas J. Race and Dr. John F. Bower
Poster by Callie Seaman, Bryn Flinders and Malcolm Clench
Tracing the development of ‘humanity’s desire to know and understand the world around us through the various stages up to the present’ is the ambitious aim of this slim volume
An unusual oxidation reaction shortens the isoprene substituent of lapachol (1) to an isobutenyl group in norlapachol (3) by reaction with hydrogen peroxide and sodium carbonate
The exhibition, Romantic Chemistry, at London’s Royal Society, uses the Society’s archives to tell the stories of the early scientists Humphry Davy, Smithson Tennant, William Hyde Wollaston and many others
As this issue of C&I goes to press, the ‘great and the good’ are getting ready to leave Davos in Switzerland after the 2013 World Economic Forum (WEF), which had as its theme Resilient dynamism
SCI America has announced that the SCI Chemical Industry Medal will be presented to Andrew Liveris, chairman and ceo of Dow Chemical. He will receive the medal at a dinner in his honour on 12 March
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