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  • A review of Arieh Warshel’s autobiography, where he describes his life from childhood to when he fascinates about understanding the catalytic power of enzymes.

    • Shina Caroline Lynn Kamerlin
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  • Our review of Nano is the the joint work of Rosalind (9) and Kristy, her Mum.

    • Rosalind N. Turner
    • Kristy L. Turner
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  • A review of Walter Isaacson’s book The Code Breaker, which takes us behind the scenes to reveal the personal stories of the chemists behind the CRISPR gene editing technology.

    • Kevin Davies
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  • A review of Carolyn Cobbold’s book A Rainbow Palate, which looks at the history of the use of chemical dyes in food.

    • Matthew R. Hartings
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  • A new book by Peter Wothers delves into the tumultuous history of naming (and symbolizing) the elements.

    • Brett F. Thornton
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  • An autobiography by Martin Karplus, from his childhood and continuing right through to a journey to Stockholm to receive the 2013 Nobel prize.

    • Alfred C. Chin
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  • History and anecdotes on the discovery of the superheavy elements.

    • Shawn C. Burdette
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  • A biography of Mendeleev goes well beyond his most famous creation.

    • Kit Chapman
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