By Phillip Broadwith2013-07-01T00:00:00+01:00
Turning an active drug molecule into a finished product requires as much chemistry as developing the drug in the first place, as Phillip Broadwith discovers.
This article was first published in Chemistry World.
From molecules to medicines
Read this article on the Chemistry World website
How wearable tech uses chemistry to help monitor your health – with spectroscopy, battery technology and smart materials
Start your lesson with this starter slide on one medicinal application of nanotechnology
Which parts of the chemistry curriculum will your 16–18 students find useful to become a dietician?
Reduce your marking time and increase student’s engagement with your feedback
Both you and your students can gain a lot from participating in science competitions besides winning
Lithium-ion batteries will power the next generation of electric cars, but how can we mine lithium with minimal impact on the environment?
Site powered by Webvision Cloud