The Royal Australian Chemical Institute's magazine for and about the chemical science professions
The precautionary principle has a place in regulating chemicals new to Australia, but for chemicals already used elsewhere are the burdens of time and cost unnecessarily heavy?
Throughout human existence, women have made amazing contributions to chemistry. Jenny Sharwood describes some of their challenges and achievements, and shares some stories of her own.
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