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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

Research Highlight: Easing the Pressure on Gas Storage

Author: David Bradley

05 March 2013 — Metal-organic framework that can hold almost as much methane as a pressurized gas cylinder holds promise for methane-powered vehicles

Easing the Pressure on Gas Storage

Research Highlight: Twenty Years On, Still Just Saying NO

Author: David Bradley

05 February 2013 — Nitrogen(II) oxide plays a key role in vasodilation, sexual arousal, and cardiac activity, but how much do we really know about NO concentrations?

Twenty Years On, Still Just Saying NO

Research Highlight: Feel Your Molecule’s Reactions

Author: Vera Köster

17 January 2013 — Haptic quantum chemistry makes interaction and reaction of molecules touchable and could revolutionize quantum calculations

Feel Your Molecule’s Reactions

Research Highlight: The Subtleties of Supping Red Wine

Author: David Bradley

22 December 2012 — What is it about wine that gives a particular bottle its unique aroma or bouqet; analytical methods reveal new insights

The Subtleties of Supping Red Wine

Research Highlight: Slave to the Rhythm

Author: David Bradley

04 December 2012 — A new model suggests how melanopsin, a non-visual pigment in the eye, responds to blue light and controls our body clock 

Slave to the Rhythm

Research Highlight: Butterfly Effects in Nano Solutions

Author: David Bradley

06 November 2012 — What almost sounds like a weird solution memory effect, homeopathy almost, is important for reproducibility of experiments and controlling parameters

Butterfly Effects in Nano Solutions
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