Time-keeping alchemy

Time-keeping with quantum mechanics caught The Alchemist’s eye this week with a truly long-term view while secret writing that uses a mix of sunscreen and boron could lead to new scratch and read products.

Ionic liquids hold much promise in gas chromatography of biofuels, we learn, and a lethal combination of anticancer drug and protein inhibitors offers a new, effective approach to ovarian and breast cancers.

Chemists in China have boiled a bucky egg and broken the rules, and finally, a fourth NSF award for chemists at Kansas State University.

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