The story of chromatography
James F. Ryan
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Computers in Chemistry
The wireless technology named for a Viking may soon conquer the realm of connectivity.
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Proteins in the pot, nine eons old
Immunological analysis of ancient ceramics could fill gaps in prehistory.
Pluses and minuses of variable pay
Innovations aim to align compensation with performance.
Sulfuric acid: Pumping up the volume
An 18th-century English physicians lead cathedrals helped launch a chemical industry.
David M. Kiefer
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Healthy eating may mean doing with other, instead of without.
Randall C. Willis
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Scientific publishing: An abstract portrait
Since 1960, the number of chemistry research papers in print has increased nearly sixfold.
David Filmore and Mark S. Lesney
Regulations and You
The arsenic argument
The EPA and Congress debate the drinking water standard for an infamous carcinogen.
Roger A. Novak
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