The Molecule of the Month page is one of the longest running scientific websites on the web. It has been running since October 1996, and in that time has picked up a number of web awards and citations.
It won an award (June 2006) for one of the best educational resources on the Web by StudySphere.
It has been selected by Thompson Scientific for inclusion in their Current Web Contents, a selection of scholarly web sites complementing the journal coverage in Current Contents Connect, the Web of Science, and other ISI Web of Knowledge applications.
It has featured as "Web Pick of the Day" in HMS Beagle (BiomedNet)
|and in the Scout Report for Science & Engineering|
|and as Snap (now called NBCi) Editors' Choice October 1998|
|and is listed in the BBC Education Web Guide.|
|and it has been rated 3-stars by Schoolzone's panel of expert teachers (2009)|
|and in David Bradley's Reactive Reports Star Pick #9|
|HTML.com (previously known as StudyWeb) Academic Excellence Award (February 2001)|
|It has also featured in The Alchemist on 20th June 1997|
|It has been a winner in the Scientific American magazine Sci/Tech Web Awards 2001 and 2002|
|Molecule of the Month contributed toward the CyberSafari web competition for schools.|
|Top 5% Chemistry Site Award 1997 given by: The Homepage for Chemists and Rolf Claessen's Chemistry Index|
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