Brian Shoichet from UCSF tells us how to use computer modelling to speed up the screening process for new drugs. Nature News’ Katharine Sanderson talks us through a very cool sounding tiny DNA machine that can measure the pH inside cells, and our very own Catherine Goodman reports on the recent ACS meeting.
But that’s not all – Stu pops up at the end to introduce a Nature Chemistry competition. This time we’re giving away goodie bags filled with posters, lab coats, t-shirts, yo-yos, etc – and even copies of the first issue. All you have to do is email your best chemistry limerick to email@example.com – the best five will get the goodies!
Neil Withers (Associate Editor, Nature Chemistry)