Plant flowering and why chemistry ruins food for dogs
More women from chemistry history, snotty enzymes, and more

February 2023

Also, what links Arrhenius and cherry blossoms?
Learn about nuclear fusion & submit your chemistry history moments

January 2023

Litmus & lichens, and the negative pH debate
2022 chemistry news summary, atomic models, and milk

December 2022

Rocket fuels, festive chemistry & chemistry arrows

November 2022

Chemistry advent, mineral hardness, and mulled wine
World Cup chemistry, skeletons, & a new book (sort of)
This is Periodycal — The Compound Interest Newsletter, a newsletter about Topical chemistry graphics and other interesting chemistry-related nuggets.

August 2022

After an (unintentional) summer break, the Ci newsletter is back! This issue has the chemistry word on whether to keep your tomatoes in the fridge or…

July 2022

Welcome to this fortnight's Ci newsletter! This time around we're reflecting on some of the chemistry related to the recent UK heatwave, seeing how a…