Latest Alchemist Newsletter

The Alchemist learns how peptide-coated nanoparticles are set to become the proverbial “silver bullet” for cancer, how nanoparticles might lead to evolutionary catalysts for converting natural gas, coal and biomass, and how ferroelectric materials behave. In the world of nanotubes we learn some are more slippery than others and also get wind of an ultraviolet poop test for water safety. Finally, this year’s Kavli Prizes are announced.

via The Alchemist Newsletter: June 18, 2014 — Welcome to ChemWeb.

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David Bradley is owner-operator of ChemSpy.com sibling site to sciencebase.com He is a Chartered Chemist (CChem), Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC). Has experience of QA/QC with a food and beverages company and has been in science communication for more than a quarter of a century. His latest book Deceived Wisdom is on sale now.