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Researchers develop a new way to study key biological processes

A team of scientists at The University of East Anglia (UEA) has developed a novel way to obtain previously inaccessible insight into the functions of a group of essential proteins. Many...

Stephen Ashworth at SciFest Africa

The Kitchen Chemist , our very own Dr Stephen H. Ashworth , has returned safely from another hectic couple of weeks in Grahamstown at Scifest Africa , the South African National Science...

Photon twins need not always be born in the same location, ground-breaking new research finds

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have shown that when photons – the fundamental particles of light – are created in pairs, they can emerge from different, rather than the same,...

CHE shortlisted for award

Prof Lancaster and colleagues from the School of Chemistry and Turning Technologies will be waiting with baited breath at the e-Assessment Association awards dinner in London next Wednesday...

CHE Postgraduate wins Alan Katritzky Scholarship

The Alan Katritzky Scholarship is awarded to a Postgraduate Research student in the School of Chemistry who has demonstrated exceptional progress in their research and/or contribution to the...