10th May 2013
Google Instant plus Tom Lehrer creates fun musical chemistry mayhem
3rd April 2013
Design and patent attorney at EIP Elements practice group
26th November 2012
The first of a series of features about ScienceGrrl, a network of (almost entirely) very passionate female scientists committed to passing this love on to the next generation
1st October 2012
What chemistry can tell us about ancient Egyptians mummies
28th September 2012
Peter Atkins on the story of his most famous work and the future of textbooks
6th August 2012
NASA Car-sized Rover Curiosity landed on Mars ready for two-year investigation
2nd June 2012
The molecule you are looking at is called olympicene and the mere fact that you can see this image (and many more here) is newsworthy.
11th January 2012
BBC Weather presenter and Met Office forecaster Peter Gibbs takes a behind the scenes look at weather prediction.
7th December 2011
Phil Souter discusses the challenges faced in making potential water sources drinkable using chemical technology.
10th November 2011
Professor Nick Terrill explains how using light is pushing forward research in futuristic materials.
13th October 2011
Dr Hywel Jones presents a science and art based approach to raising awareness of the use of the elements in consumer technology.
8th September 2011
Professor Clare Grey will talk about some of the latest developments in energy storage and how it will influence future sustainable transport.
7th July 2011
Watch a panel of experts battle it out in a topical debate on whether we can meet emissions reductions without the use of nuclear power.
21st June 2011
Do functional foods, like probiotics, prebiotics and superfoods, actually work? Or is it all marketing hype? Bob Rastall analyses a shopping basket in our latest Café RSC discussion.
2nd June 2011
Richard Allan, Chief Scientist at Scottish Water, discusses the challenges we face in securing freshwater supplies at a global level.
7th April 2011
Navigate the surprising and fascinating twists and turns of the history of London's water supply with Rob Casey from Thames Water.
10th March 2011
David Phillips, President of the Royal Society of Chemistry, demonstrates the truths and the fallacies behind the ancient belief in the healing powers of light.
6th January 2011
Is the role of skin merely to provide an aesthetically pleasing covering for the body? Modern research says otherwise, says Professor Paul Matts.
8th November 2010
Professor Tony Ryan explains how we can use nanotechnology to shed light some of the most fundamental questions: how did life begin on Earth, and how might it have begun in other environments?
4th November 2010
John Emsley explains how together we could create a healthy, wealthy and sustainable Britain and set an example to the world.
2nd November 2010
The life and works of Thomas Midgley, Jr, creator of leaded petrol and CFCs
21st October 2010
Today we remember Nelson, Victory, and the secret element of success: copper
12th October 2010
Helen Sharman on the science of living in space
27th August 2010
For all their bad press, chemicals with E numbers are mostly harmless
3rd August 2010
Find some amazing chemistry in your house, tell us about it in a creative way, and win an iPad
7th May 2010
How will we preserve the Earth's precious resources?
2nd December 2009
Are global food targets sustainable without help from GM technology?