- 21 September 2023
Flash Joule heating converts polymers into low-cost hydrogen and graphene.
- 11 September 2023
Tailored ligand on palladium catalyst uses hydrogen bonding to orchestrate reaction.
- 05 July 2023
Bioorthogonal click chemistry is being used in patients to help target cancer medicines and diagnostic imaging agents.
- 03 July 2023
Researchers redesign 4 workhorse reactions to run in microliter droplets.
- 16 June 2023
First solid compound to contain a beryllium-beryllium bond could unlock unusual chemistry.
- 21 September 2023
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Category Archives: Feature reporting
The secret biological life of lanthanides (C&EN).
Converting the greenhouse gas into useful products (Nature).
The virtual world behind London’s Crossrail, for Spectrum magazine.
Nature article explores how chemists are adapting to the glut of shale gas.
Nature article about Swiss-cheese-like materials called metal–organic frameworks.
A Nature article about the effort to build a machine that can synthesize any organic compound.
A torrid tale of physics and showmanship, for Nautilus magazine.
A journey to the heart of the exclusion zone, on the 25th anniversary of the nuclear accident.
Chernobyl’s legacy A journey to the heart of the exclusion zone, on the 25th anniversary of the nuclear accident.xx