When formal investigations of research misconduct are opaque and sluggish, it is inevitable that chemists will take to the blogs to debate suspicious papers, says Mark Peplow.
- 30 June 2022
Method creates hundreds of different amines from handy nitriles.
- 26 June 2022
Fluorescence microscopy traces Grubbs catalysts’ winding paths during polymerization.
- 16 June 2022
A thin layer of bridging molecules boosts performance by helping charge move seamlessly between layers in the device.
- 02 June 2022
GolR reductase might be harnessed to purify the precious metal from electronic waste.
- 17 May 2022
Latest study on droplets spontaneously forming hydrogen peroxide tackles ozone contamination questions.
- 30 June 2022
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