At the core of science is a deep desire to find out more about our immediate surroundings, and analytical chemists go a long way towards helping us do just that. The presence of just a few atoms can sometimes be detected by super-sensitive spectroscopy machines used to characterize new compounds and analyse the composition of any sample, CSI style.
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There are many open questions surrounding vaccines – but perhaps not the first questions that come to mind. Vaccines do not cause autism, but there are many things we don’t know about them, such as why some wear off.
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There’s a lot of chemistry going on in whisky. Despite tight regulations on food hygiene, processing and labelling, we still don’t know much about the chemistry of whisky – nor how they may affect us.
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