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X-rays reveal Dinobird's patterned plumage

13th June 2013

Synchrotron-based chemical imaging reveals how early bird could have looked

  • Darren Smyth

    3rd April 2013

    Design and patent attorney at EIP Elements practice group

  • Science: It’s a Real Thing!

    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

  • Unveiling the mummy

    1st October 2012

    What chemistry can tell us about ancient Egyptians mummies

  • The continuing creation of Physical Chemistry

    28th September 2012

    Peter Atkins on the story of his most famous work and the future of textbooks

  • They sent a chemist to Mars!

    6th August 2012

    NASA Car-sized Rover Curiosity landed on Mars ready for two-year investigation

  • Five rings to charm us all

    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.

  • The unluckiest inventor

    2nd November 2010

    The life and works of Thomas Midgley, Jr, creator of leaded petrol and CFCs

  • The hidden hero of Trafalgar

    21st October 2010

    Today we remember Nelson, Victory, and the secret element of success: copper

  • Chemistry keeps cosmonauts comfortable

    12th October 2010

    Helen Sharman on the science of living in space

  • Safety in numbers

    27th August 2010

    For all their bad press, chemicals with E numbers are mostly harmless

  • Bill Bryson iPad competition

    3rd August 2010

    Find some amazing chemistry in your house, tell us about it in a creative way, and win an iPad