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Chemical regulation

Sara Davies, 12/10/2009

The different naming systems for chemical substances have long been a source of frustration, perplexity and, on occasion, humour.

Scientific misconduct

Michael Gross, 12/10/2009

Fans of UK cult TV series Doctor Who may remember that the Doctor, the extraterrestrial lead character whose academic credentials are never explained, uses ‘psychic paper’, a card-like material that displays to the observer exactly what they want to see.