Nature performs chemistry experiments in tiny, soft and structured spaces within plant and animal cells, a far cry from the glass test tubes, flasks and pots that dominate synthetic chemistry at lab or industrial scales. Inspired by this natural ingenuity, which yields a spectacular array of natural materials, we design and develop new methods for chemistry in which dynamic and spatially structured chemical environments within microscopic bubbles, drops and foams enable efficient and economical manufacture of molecules and materials of medicinal and therapeutic value. Read more →