In Nature, Chinese researchers propose organocatalysis as a way to make the old but still vital chlor-alkali process more efficient.
Simulations confirm that the use of electron withdrawing groups on radicals weakens the resulting C–C bond.
Rigid materials cannot absorb shocks and cushioning materials are soft. Or are they?
The polymer of thiocarbonate monomers made with CO2 turns out to be very suitable as a solid-state electrolyte in lithium batteries
When amphiphilic zeolites are used in water, the oxygen reduction reaction goes so well that the platinum catalyst is partly the limiting factor.
The known contrast agent indocyanine green can be used as an antidote to the world’s deadliest mushroom.
A new technique to access and read DNA files in parallel is another step towards using this biological data storage device.
Interview with Timothy Caulfield, professor of Health and Science Policy, on misinformation.
After a long day of plenary presentations, parallel and focus sessions, IUPAC | CHAINS offers you fun activities to meet new people.
Computing at the speed of light, or optical computing, is experiencing a revival thanks to our ability to manufacture materials at the nanoscale.
Nature offers the most beautiful crystal structures. But beauty is certainly not absent from the lab, as shown by these iron(II) photosensitisers.