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Saluting Helen Sharman – the First Briton in Space
Author: Simon Moorhouse
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Date: Feb 17, 2016

Dr Helen Sharman was a chemist who, in 1991, became the first Briton to visit space. In this blog post we take a look at Dr Helen's journey from her job in a chocolate factory to becoming a crew member of the Anglo Soviet Juno Mission.

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This Week in Chemistry - February 2016 Edition
Author: Simon Moorhouse
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Date: Feb 12, 2016

In this regular feature on the Radleys blog, we take a look at the various births, deaths, and discoveries that shaped the world as we know it. In this instalment - x-rays, elements, bombs and diamonds.

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Radleys Distributor Awards 2015
Author: Dr Keren Abecassis
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Date: Feb 10, 2016

At the end of January, Radleys held our annual Sales & Commercial Meeting at Hanbury Manor in Hertfordshire, UK. This important event is a chance for us to gather our international distributors in one place and share ideas and news. Find out who the Award Winners were...

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STEM Careers outside the lab
The Student Spot - Your Essential Guide to STEM Careers Outside the Laboratory by Keren Abecassis
Author: Keren Abecassis
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Date: Feb 09, 2016

The Student Spot is a regular feature on the Radleys blog in which we invite those who are studying, researching, or practising chemistry to share their thoughts on the latest developments in the world of science. In this edition, our very own Keren Abecassis offers some advice for anyone who wants to work in STEM out of the lab.

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The Chemical Truth Behind 5 Popular Aphrodisiacs
The Chemical Truth Behind 5 Popular Aphrodisiacs
Author: Simon Moorhouse
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Date: Feb 01, 2016

In an attempt to find the perfect recipe for Valentine's Day, we investigated the chemical content of certain popular aphrodisiacs, and the effects they have on the human body.

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What Dream Chemistry Equipment Could Make Your Life Easier?
Author: Simon Moorhouse
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Date: Jan 27, 2016

Taking existing lab equipment as a starting point, we devise better alternatives – safer, cleaner, greener, more productive, easier to use, and with superior performance. So we were delighted when one of the entrants for our recent Lego competition proved a fellow innovator, with an idea to improve current kit.

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The Element of the Month – Boron
Author: Simon Moorhouse
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Date: Jan 22, 2016

Boron, boron, boron. You're extremely rare, you're extremely difficult to study, but without you, some believe that life itself simply wouldn't exist.

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The Student Spot - Alternative Careers for Scientists beyond the Laboratory by Keren Abecassis
Author: Keren Abecassis
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Date: Jan 21, 2016

The Student Spot is a new regular feature on the Radleys blog in which we invite those who are studying, researching, or practising chemistry to share their thoughts on the latest developments in the world of science. In this inaugural edition, our very own Keren Abecassis offers some advice for anyone who wants to work in STEM while spending as little time as possible in the lab.

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This Week In Chemistry January 2016
This Week in Chemistry - January 2016 Edition
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Date: Jan 14, 2016

In this regular feature we take a look at the events that happened on this very week, throughout history, that served to shape our understanding of the world of chemistry.

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Green Chemistry
Green Chemistry - How to Make Your Lab a Greener, Cleaner Place
Author: Simon Moorhouse
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Date: Jan 11, 2016

As manufacturers of laboratory equipment, we are well positioned to make a significant commitment to the advancement of green chemistry. Here's how our equipment can help you to boost productivity while reducing waste and energy consumption.

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