Interview with Jan Reedijk, Leiden University, The Netherlands: "Be creative, do not follow fashionable science, and think independently in a creative way."
Interview with Paolo Melchiorre, ICIQ, Spain: "I am sure science will uncover and explain concepts that I cannot even imagine now."
X. Zhang and H. Schwarz shed light on the mechanistic aspects of catalytic processes and make a systematic and comprehensive overview possible.
How to find TNT! A new chemosensor-based approach for the detection of nitrated aromatics gives hope to guide future developments.
Chemical energy generates hydrogen and electricity: a new process to be used in fuel cells for mobile applications.
Dr Tom Pike of Imperial College London, who gave a recent plenary presentation on Microscopy on Mars, discusses his work
Klaus Roth proves that no culinary masterpiece can be achieved without a basic knowledge of chemistry.
The chronology of the discovery of the elements is a textbook example of scientific development
A look at the top countries for research and development expenditure within the EU and the rest of the world.
Chemistry – A Creative Force. European chemical societies invite chemists from all backgrounds to a multidisipinary conference.