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It’s that time of year when people tend to reflect on the best (and worst) of the last 12 months – and the topic of chemistry is no exception.

As usual, Chemical & Engineering News has released its highlights of the year.

If, however, you feel that a particularly outstanding piece of work has been left off the list, don’t worry, you can nominate it for a Chemmy Award over at ChemBark – go have a look at the categories and decide who is deserving of such an honour.

There is no doubt that chemical blogging has become very popular over the year, so with that in mind, go and vote for your favourite chemistry blog of the year at Chemical Forums. Although it is no longer with us, my vote goes to Tenderbutton.

Seasons’ greetings to all – and happy new year.


Stuart Cantrill (Associate Editor, Nature Nanotechnology)

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