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Need for Quality Assurance of Medicinal Marijuana and Cannabis-Derived Drug Products

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Superconductivity: How to Raise the Tc of an Element Under Ambient Pressure

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The Importance of Inorganic Chemistry to Today’s World

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Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Materials Science

Plastics of the Future May Be Made From Sulfur, Not Oil, Putting Waste to Good Use

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Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Chemistry

Why Do We Need Personalized Medicine and What Should Our Priorities Be?

Personalized medicine is the leading practical outcome of the Human Genome Project. It concerns the individualization of pharmacotherapy... Read more


One Professor’s Experience Using Reference Modules in the Classroom

In the case study below Professor Colin F. Poole, Subject Editor for the Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular... Read more


#RealTimeChem Week 2015: Blog Carnival Week Round-Up

    Hello again, and thanks for another great #RealTimeChem week over on twitter! This week we learned that... Read more


#RealTimeChem Week 2015: Blog Carnival Day 2 Round-Up

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