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

Buckyballs grow by gobbling up carbon
A quarter of a century on, the discoverer of fullerenes throws new light on their existence

New shape for cross-linked polymers
A new way to impart malleability could make covalently cross-linked polymers more easily processable, versatile and recyclable

Graphite super lube works at micron scale
Scientists show graphite surfaces can slide over each other with no interference from friction

Photo-finish for Olympicene
UK chemists have synthesised and imaged a molecule that closely resembles the Olympic rings

HDL drug class struggling after latest flop
The failure of another ‘good’ cholesterol-raising drug and a new genetic study casts shadow over HDL hypothesis

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