Chembites is written by graduate & undergraduate students in chemistry and by chemistry professionals. We aim to help undergraduates and the public navigate exciting discoveries in chemistry by explaining recently published research, one bite at a time. We also aim to build a network of chemistry researchers and professionals who love to exchange ideas.
Chembites is part of a larger group of science “bites” sites dedicated to helping undergraduates understand what this whole “research” thing is all about. Please check out our sister sites:
Astrobitos (Astrobites in Spanish)
PERbites (Physics Education Research)
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DISCLAIMER: The authors of Chembites and their academic institutions do not necessarily support or endorse the ideas or results presented in the research papers which are summarized on Chembites. All summaries are meant to present an objective interpretation of recent research, not subjective commentary.