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Chemistry; Food Science & Nutrition

Get to Know an Acquisitions Editor: Rachel Gerlis

We sit down with Rachel Gerlis, Senior Acquisitions Editor for Food Science and Chemistry to learn more about... Read more


Using DNA to Unlock the Mysteries of Cannabis and Reduce the Risk of Dodgy ‘Medical’ Products

The federal government will now accept licence applications for groups wanting to grow cannabis locally for scientific and... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry

#RealTimeChem Blog Carnival: Round-Up Two

It’s been another great week for #RealTimeChem, particularly with this weekend’s #WhatsCooking! To wrap up the week, we... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Chemistry

Doping in Sports: Why Aren’t More Athletes Using Performance Enhancing Drugs Being Caught?

It seems whenever we are in an Olympic and Paralympic year there are plenty of news stories about... Read more

Chemical Engineering; Chemistry

#RealTimeChem Blog Carnival: Round-Up One

Welcome to the first round-up of the 2016 #RealTimeChem blog carnival! Kicking off the week, and right on... Read more


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

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