The European Chemistry Thematic Network (ECTN) will try to answer questions on challenges for chemistry lecturers at its annual meeting in April.
Researchers from Nijmegen can now experimentally show that macromolecular crowding occurs in mitochondria.
Leiden astronomers find evidence that water on Earth outdates than the Sun.
Researchers at Aarhus University have used cryo-EM to gain a better understanding of the folding process that dictates RNA origami.
Plants lack the ability to develop antibodies against a new virus. British researchers present a new concept: synthetic immune receptors ‘on demand’.
When cyclometallation ligands are used around iron(III), it has an excited state that lasts a thousand times longer.
Groningen researchers have elucidated the polymerisation of polydopamine, which is similar to the substance that mussels use to stick to anything.
At KU Leuven, researchers apply machine learning for more efficient method development.
In the fight against climate change, writes Gadi Rothenberg, “every little bit” does not help. Adapting to a warmer world is therefore inevitable.
Martijn Peters (32) won multiple awards for his lectures, vlogs and TikToks and is now science coordinator at DPG Media.
Francesco Mutti and his team have used modified enzymes to produce amines with two stereocentres in a one-pot synthesis.
Chinese researchers show which gene in monkeyflowers has been altered so that the flowers no longer produce yellow pigment.