Here’s this week’s round up of new chemistry research and chemistry stories making the news, including potential new applications for graphene, a new class of anti-malarial compounds, and a conductive clay that could have future applications in batteries. As always, links to both further articles and the original research papers are provided below.
After a positive reception for the first ‘This Week in Chemistry’ post last weekend, here’s a brief overview of what’s been going on in the world of chemistry this week, including cyanide clouds on Saturn’s moon Titan, the world’s smallest microphone, and how caffeine could help the development of drugs to aid Parkinson’s Disease. Links […]
Trialling a new potential feature on the site today, with the first ‘This Week In Chemistry’ post. You’ve probably spotted the various ‘This Week In Science’ posts that crop up elsewhere online – I thought it’d be nice to have one of those, but specifically for chemistry! Links to both articles and studies on the […]