Tim Gatzenmeier from the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mulheim, Germany, has been awarded the $3,000 grand prize in Merck’s Alfred R. Bader Award
Four countries – France, Iceland, Denmark and Brazil – have successfully moved away from fossil fuels in a major shift achieved in a few years.
The earliest thoughts about mass were those of the ancient Greeks who pictured atoms as moving around endlessly in empty space and occasionally colliding because they possessed weight.
This must be the most beautiful chemistry book ever published.
All life on Earth goes back to one species, affectionately nicknamed LUCA.
A cocktail of chemicals produced after fermentation by a natural fungus promises to help boost crop yields.
Low-cost renewable electricity has raised the prospect of using electrochemistry to synthesise chemicals presently sourced from fossil fuels.
Will human mini-brains grown in the lab prove to be a better alternative to mice models or 2D cell cultures for studying complex diseases like Alzheimer’s, autism and brain tumours?
Porous materials are normally solids, with rigid cage structures used for separation and storage technologies, and for catalysis.
Australia has begun a $15m trial to convert solar and wind power into hydrogen gas.