411, 2016
  • RealTimeChem Week - Carbon Dioxide to Plastics

RealTimeChem Week: Turning Carbon Dioxide into Useful Plastics

By |November 4th, 2016|

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This week (31 Oct – 6 Nov) is #RealTimeChem Week – if you’re a tweeting chemist or chemistry enthusiast, you’ll probably know what that is already, but if you’re not familiar with it check out the FAQ here! Like last year, I’m creating graphics showcasing the work of the three winners of the #RealTimeChem week competition I ran earlier in October – hopefully explaining cutting edge research in easily understandable terms!

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211, 2016
  • RealTimeChem Week – 3D Printed Lab-on-a-chip devices

RealTimeChem Week: Developing Cheaper Lab-on-a-chip Devices with 3D Printing

By |November 2nd, 2016|

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This week (31 Oct – 6 Nov) is #RealTimeChem Week – if you’re a tweeting chemist or chemistry enthusiast, you’ll probably know what that is already, but if you’re not familiar with it check out the FAQ here! Like last year, I’m creating graphics showcasing the work of the three winners of the #RealTimeChem week competition I ran earlier in October – hopefully explaining cutting edge research in easily understandable terms!

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3110, 2016
  • RealTimeChem Week – Developing Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries

RealTimeChem Week: Developing Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries

By |October 31st, 2016|

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This week (31 Oct – 6 Nov) is #RealTimeChem Week – if you’re a tweeting chemist or chemistry enthusiast, you’ll probably know what that is already, but if you’re not familiar with it check out the FAQ here! Like last year, I’ll be creating graphics showcasing the work of the three winners of the #RealTimeChem week competition I ran earlier in October – hopefully explaining cutting edge research in easily understandable terms!

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2310, 2015
  • RTCW5 – Forging Molecules with Light

RTC Week 2015 – #5: Forging Molecules Using Light

By |October 23rd, 2015|

This week (19th Oct–24th October) is Real Time Chem Week (if that means nothing to you,check out their FAQ page here!). As part of it, we’re featuring the RTC Week competition-winning entries of five different chemists here on Compound Interest, with a different feature every day this week. Today’s final feature takes a look at how we can use light to create giant molecules for a whole range of applications, from dental fillings to sticky coatings. […]

2210, 2015
  • RTCW4 – Deuterated PUFAs

RTC Week 2015 – #4: Deuterating Fatty Acids to Treat Diseases

By |October 22nd, 2015|

This week (19th Oct–24th October) is Real Time Chem Week (if that means nothing to you,check out their FAQ page here!). As part of it, we’re featuring the RTC Week competition-winning entries of five different chemists here on Compound Interest, with a different feature every day this week. Today’s feature takes a look at how deuterating fatty acids we normally consume in our diet could provide possible treatments for Parkinson’s and other nervous system diseases. […]

2110, 2015
  • RTCW3 – Atmospheric Organic Nitrogen

RTC Week 2015 – #3: Nitrogen-Containing Atmospheric Pollutants

By |October 21st, 2015|

This week (19th Oct–24th October) is Real Time Chem Week (if that means nothing to you,check out their FAQ page here!). As part of it, we’re featuring the RTC Week competition-winning entries of five different chemists here on Compound Interest, with a different feature every day this week. Today’s feature takes a look at how what happens to the nitrogen-containing compounds released into the atmosphere by both natural and industrial processes, and considers some of the health effects they can cause.

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