Reactive Science News

UPDATE: 2016 - I am still writing lots about chemistry and science in general for magazines and websites, but RR is on hiatus for the time being as I am spending more of my spare time working on other creative output in the form of my photography and music. You can also pick up most of science news and views on Facebook (more than 11,000 followers), Twitter (almost 50000 followers) and, of course, the Sciencebase site itself.

After 75 issues and ten years of the chemistry webzine, Reactive Reports, one of the first chemistry news sites to be launched way back in 1999 by David Bradley and Tony Williams, the site has now been given a complete makeover. More than a makeover, a complete overhaul and replacement of old worn-out body parts. The all new Reactive Reports is now wholly owned and managed by freelance science journalist Bradley, hosted independently with an entirely new theme (upgraded for November 2013), content management system (CMS) and ethos.

The Reactive Reports archives remain in place of course, although the popular, older content is gradually being incorporated into the new content management system so that it follows the new theme. You can access the all-new Reactive Reports here.