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Scanning probe microscopy reveals nanoscale pathways for ion transport in a future energy storage materialMaterials 360 OnlineApril 15, 2016Link
Estimating Damages And Deaths From The Volkswagen Emissions ScandalChemical & Engineering NewsJanuary 11, 2016Link
Biocompatible Material Contains Sunscreen From The SeaChemical & Engineering NewsJuly 27, 2015Link
Raman Technique Reveals Protein Synthesis In Live TissueChemical & Engineering NewsJanuary 15, 2015Link
Chromatography Method Measures Protein-Small Molecule Interactions
Chemical & Engineering NewsOctober 14, 2014Link
Fracking Wastewater Could Encourage Formation of Toxic Compounds During Drinking Water DisinfectionChemical & Engineering NewsSeptember 23, 2014Link
Recovering Phosphorus From Animal ManureChemical & Engineering NewsAugust 25, 2014Link
Sugar Mimic Helps Embryonic Stem Cells Differentiate Toward Nerve CellsChemical & Engineering NewsJuly 28, 2014Link
Molecular computer calculates Ebola diagnosisChemistry WorldJuly 18, 2014Link
Shape-Shifting Scaffold Supports Growing Bone CellsChemical & Engineering NewsFebruary 13, 2014Link
Silk Fibers Grown Directly on GrapheneChemical & Engineering NewsJanuary 31, 2014Link
Metal Organic Framework Used for Chiral ChromatographyChemical & Engineering NewsJanuary 13, 2014Link
Deep Sea Photos: Vampire Squid, Bubblegum Coral FoundNational GeographicDecember 24, 2013Link
Study Finds Variability in the Accuracy of Methods Used to Measure Emerging ContaminantsChemical & Engineering NewsDecember 20, 2013Link
Unravelling stereochemistry via mass spectrometryChemistry WorldSeptember 6, 2013Link
Simple Reaction Could Provide Clue to Origin of MetabolismChemical & Engineering NewsAugust 20, 2013Link
Elusive atmospheric intermediates reveal some secretsChemistry WorldApril 12, 2013Link
Engineered Bacteria Measure Caffeine ConcentrationsChemical & Engineering NewsMarch 21, 2013Link
Ancient Pigment Forms Nanoscale SheetsChemical & Engineering NewsDecember 17, 2012Link
Tracing the Origins of the Durian's StenchKQED QuestNovember 7, 2012Link
Silicon circuits that dissolve when wet made for smart medical implantsArs TechnicaSeptember 25, 2012Link
3D printed sugar network to feed engineered organsChemistry WorldJuly 1, 2012Link
Elephantnose fish evolved complex eyes to see in muddy waterArs TechnicaJune 28, 2012Link
Write speeds for phase change memory reach record limitsArs TechnicaJune 22, 2012Link
Nitric Oxide Regulate Group Behavior of BacteriaChemical & Engineering NewsMay 20, 2012Link
Sheets of virus generate electricity when squishedArs TechnicaMay 15, 2012Link
Microbe Transports Contaminant Through Its FibersChemical & Engineering NewsMay 14, 2012Link
New electrode material could lead to powerful rechargeable sodium batteriesArs TechnicaMay 4, 2012Link
Block Copolymer Helps Lithography Get SmallerChemical & Engineering NewsApril 11, 2012Link
Antibiotic Agent Preserves Arson EvidenceChemical & Engineering NewsMarch 27, 2012Link
Nucleoside Pulls Double Duty in Anticancer TreatmentChemical & Engineering NewsMarch 14, 2012Link
Single atom transistor gets precise position on chipNew ScientistFebruary 19, 2012Link
On the Origin of SugarsChemical & Engineering NewsJanuary 30, 2012Link
How the cold, dead moon stayed magnetic New ScientistNovember 9, 2011Link
Screen-spy program can read text and emailsNew ScientistNovember 2, 2011Link
Harness viruses to make dazzling colours without dyeNew ScientistOctober 20, 2011Link
Single molecule is tiniest electric motor everNew ScientistSeptember 7, 2011Link
Implanted sensors track heart attack damageNew ScientistMarch 7, 2011Link