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    Giovanni Villani (forthcoming). Chemical Perspective in the Study of Living Beings: A Systemic Complexity Approach. Foundations of Chemistry:1-15.
    The concept of living has changed in time along the history of biology and its specificity has been associated or to a particular matter, active such as the chemical one, or was considered as a product of the spatial organization of a passive matter. Today, these two paths can be merged in the chemical perspective that takes account of the general reflections on the complexity and on the systemic, in the “systemic complexity” approach.
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    Roderick S. Black (forthcoming). Peter J. T. Morris: The Matter Factory: A History of the Chemistry Laboratory. Foundations of Chemistry:1-2.
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    Nuno Francisco, Carla Morais, João C. Paiva & Paula Gameiro (forthcoming). A Colourful Bond Between Art and Chemistry. Foundations of Chemistry:1-14.
    How can a work of art give us clues about scientific aspects? How can chemistry help a painter enhance his creativity and, above all, preserve the original characteristics of his work? Does an artist require scientific knowledge to innovate or, at least, not to be faked? Other symbiotic fields between art and science are: tattoos, as body art with physical and chemical consequences; pigments, as basic materials with interesting historiographical preparations; spectroscopy diagnosis, as very broad and thorough method of analysis (...)
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  4. Eric Scerri (forthcoming). Editorial 40. Foundations of Chemistry.
    Editorial 40 Content Type Journal Article Category Editorial Pages 1-2 DOI 10.1007/s10698-012-9148-y Authors Eric R. Scerri, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA Journal Foundations of Chemistry Online ISSN 1572-8463 Print ISSN 1386-4238.
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    Marko Vitas & Andrej Dobovišek (forthcoming). On a Quest of Reverse Translation. Foundations of Chemistry:1-17.
    Explaining the emergence of life is perhaps central and the most challenging question in modern science. Within this area of research, the emergence and evolution of the genetic code is supposed to be a critical transition in the evolution of modern organisms. The canonical genetic code is one of the most dominant aspects of life on this planet, and thus studying its origin is critical to understanding the evolution of life, including life’s emergence. In this sense it is possible to (...)
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    Eric Zencey (forthcoming). La energía, el recurso maestro1. Foundations of Chemistry.
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