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The Chemistry of November 5th Fireworks

Remember, remember! The fifth of November, The gunpowder treason and plot; I know of no reason Why the... Read more


Explainer: Seeing the Universe Through Spectroscopic Eyes

When you look up on a clear night and see stars, what are you really looking at? A... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry

New Year, New Elements: Preview of the #RealTimeChem Week 2016 Blog Carnival

The leaves are changing here in New England, and that means… it’s almost time for the Blog Carnival... Read more


An Introduction to the New Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectrometry

The first edition of the Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectrometry (edited by John Lindon, George Tranter, and John Holmes) was... Read more


From Muscles to Motors: 2016 Chemistry Nobel Goes to Creators of the World’s Tiniest Machines

The 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to three individuals for designing and developing molecular machines.... Read more


How Fast Is Your Chemistry Search?

Separate the wheat from the chaff Being a Chemist in today’s society is a daunting experience. Chemistry accomplishments... Read more


Decriminalise Use of Medical Marijuana and Legalise Small-Scale Cultivation

A large number of people in Britain are committing crime to alleviate pain and suffering. They do this... Read more

Chemistry; Forensic Sciences

Forensic Breakthrough? Study Suggests Humans Can Be Identified by the Proteins in Their Hair

It’s hair-raising news for criminals on the run. Scientists behind a new study, published in the journal PLOS... Read more

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