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Twisted laser beams to study the structure of chiral molecules

Researchers at the University of East Anglia discover how using twisted laser beams will allow for a new and improved method of studying the structure of chiral molecules. Most important...

Find the Hidden Elements with Prof Stephen Ashworth

A new interactive trail celebrating 150 years of the Periodic Table is being launched as part of the Norwich Science Festival with chemical elements hidden in businesses and venues around the...

Professor David Andrews speaks at Princeton

Professor David Andrews was recently invited to Princeton University to speak to Chemistry research students, PostDocs and Faculty. The talk was titled "A QED Perspective on Molecular...

Royal Society Poster Prize for Dale Green

The Quantum Effects in Complex Systems Faraday Discussion , held on 11th-13th September at the University of Warwick, brought together experimentalists and theoreticians to present and discuss...

How nitrogen-fixing bacteria sense iron

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have discovered how nitrogen-fixing bacteria sense iron - an essential but deadly micronutrient. Some bacteria naturally fix nitrogen from the soil...