You might have heard by now that we are running an essay competition (I promise we won’t keep banging on about it quite so much for a little while) – unless you happen to be at the upcoming ACS meeting in Anaheim… if you swing by booth 1020 at the expo, you might hear a little more about it!
Anyway – we’ve already told you that the In Your Element article by Ken Wade (Bonding with boron) in our very first issue is freely available as an example. To offer you a little more guidance, we have made two other In Your Element articles free to those of you who register (or who are already registered) on nature.com. Tellurium in a twist by Jim Ibers and The two faces of phosphorus by Jonathan Nitschke will be available for the duration of the competition.
So, get reading, and then get writing. Good luck!
Stuart Cantrill (Chief Editor, Nature Chemistry)