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Research Highlight: Anything C Can Do, Can BN Do Better?

Author: David Bradley

03 December 2013 — With state-of-the-art theoretical calculations a tetragonal phase of BN which is dynamically stable and metallic has been proposed

Anything C Can Do, Can BN Do Better?

Research Highlight: Molecular Dockers Move Microscopic Cargoes

Author: David Bradley

04 November 2013 — A cargo transport system that works at the microscopic level and triggered by light has been devised and constructed

Molecular Dockers Move Microscopic Cargoes

Research Highlight: Silky Sunscreen

Author: David Bradley

01 October 2013 — One of the perennially fascinating materials to be found in nature is silk; it's natural UV protective nature was investigated

Silky Sunscreen

Research Highlight: Fullerenols: Fulfilling our Future Energy Needs

Author: David Bradley

03 September 2013 — Carbon to catalyze low-carbon, hydrogen economy

Fullerenols: Fulfilling our Future Energy Needs

Research Highlight: Sniffing Out Sulfur Insights

Author: David Bradley

06 August 2013 — A compound found in peanuts and coffee, and used as a common food additive, was studied spectroscopically to reveal conformational details

Sniffing Out Sulfur Insights

Research Highlight: Is Graphene Really a 2D Material?

Author: Samantha Jenkins and Matteo Cavalleri, Art work: Julio Maza

02 July 2013 — The need to make more quantitative use of the total electronic charge density distribution is demonstrated by a long unsolved problem

Is Graphene Really a 2D Material?

Research Highlight: Reuniting Chemical Disciplines, Separated at Birth

Author: David Bradley

02 July 2013 — In the 19th Century, every chemist was a polymath. What changed? And how can we reunite the different chemical disciplines?

Reuniting Chemical Disciplines, Separated at Birth

Research Highlight: Life on the Rocks

Author: David Bradley

04 June 2013 — Did life orginiate from a comet's impact? Latest MD simulations reveal an impact synthesis mechanism for important prebiotic heterocycles

Life on the Rocks

Research Highlight: Replacing a DEAD, Middle-aged Reagent

Author: David Bradley

07 May 2013 — Replacing DEAD with recyclable reagents in the Mitsunobu reaction may lead to it being used for larger-scale industrial processes

Replacing a DEAD, Middle-aged Reagent

Research Highlight: Let Those Without Syn Cast the First Post

Author: David Bradley

28 March 2013 — If you are publishing the recipe for your synthesis, then you had better be precise. Why? Because the bloggers are watching!

Let Those Without Syn Cast the First Post
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