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

Recruiting electrophiles for organic cross-coupling
Cross-coupling with two electrophiles provides chemists with new ways to make carbon-carbon bonds

Nanoscale engineering of wound beds
A peptide that binds to the frayed collagen in wounds to anchor drug molecules to improve wound healing

Croatian scientists call for chemical reagent regulation
Government purchasing strictures means lab chemicals can cost up to 70% more than in other European countries

Microfluidic fuel cell powers forward
Laminar flow eliminates expensive membranes, allowing higher power density and otherwise incompatible fuels and oxidants to be used

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