A proposal to clarify the language around hydrogen suppression.
The tools for deploying C code to Web browsers are rapidly evolving. It's now possible to compile complex libraries to WebAssembly with nothing but LLVM.
A recent proposal for clinical trial block chains exposes an all-too-common misconception.
A step-by-step approach to building WebAssembly from an existing C project.
Beautiful though it may appear, this glittering idea is fool's gold.
Kekulization is just one of many situations in which this important graph theory problem shows up.
Can machine learning breathe new life into trusty old molecular languages?
Like the GOTO statement of yore, has the notion of class outlived its original purpose in object-oriented programming?
If chemical structures constitute a language, what are its words and what can be done with that knowledge?