A new look at an old reaction makes complicated molecules in a cost- and resource-efficient way, leading to greener ways to turn molecules into medicines.
One third of the global population use dangerous and inefficient cooking systems. 2021 Commonwealth Chemistry Posters prize-winner Uzma hopes her research will lead to access to sustainable, affordable, clean energy for every Pakistani home.
The growing appetite for dairy-free products has seen a rise in the number of plant-based milks on offer in recent years. Consumers are seeking healthier, more sustainable, and more ethical alternatives to current plant- and animal-based foods.
Collaboration between the University of Edinburgh & Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur progresses our understanding of photocatalytic water treatment
The potential of nanotechnology in aiding biomedical research – developing nanosensors for bio application as a cheaper way to detect disease
The small island of Barbados is home to Nikolai Holder – biochemist, humanist and Spiderman fan, who work focuses on crop production rate in Barbados