12 March 2012: Have something to say about an article you’ve read on Chemistry World this week? Leave your comments below…


DVD player burns graphene to disc
Technique can produce high-performance, flexible capacitors using a simple fabrication process

Designer solvent hits hospital superbug
Toxicity tests reveal two ionic liquids that can target antibiotic resistant MRSA

Catalysis at the flick of a switch
A nanoswitch that can be turned on or off by copper(I) ions can be used to control an organic reaction

Diabetes reduces antioxidant benefits
Raised glucose levels in diabetics may prevent important nutrients getting to tissues

Children’s lungs are more susceptible to nanoparticles
Infant lungs are particularly prone to nanoparticle deposition, be it from pollution or inhaled medicines

Genetic testing? We’ve got an app for that
A smartphone could be used as a wireless interface and data receiver for a genetic testing device

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