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Fungal duo isolated from toxic lake produce novel antibioticChemical & Engineering News20-Apr-17Link
Metallurgical phase transition reveals pattern in new decorative steelMRS Bulletin2-Feb-17Link
Unusual metathesis catalyst holds stereoselectivity promiseChemistry World1-Feb-17Link
MRI provides real-time 3D look inside batteryMaterials 360 Online11-Oct-16Link
Nucleic acid instability challenges RNA world hypothesisChemistry World26-Sep-16Link
Scanning probe microscopy reveals nanoscale pathways for ion transport in a future energy storage materialMaterials 360 Online15-Apr-16Link
Estimating Damages And Deaths From The Volkswagen Emissions ScandalChemical & Engineering News11-Jan-16Link
Biocompatible Material Contains Sunscreen From The SeaChemical & Engineering News27-Jul-15Link
Raman Technique Reveals Protein Synthesis In Live TissueChemical & Engineering News15-Jan-15Link
Chromatography Method Measures Protein-Small Molecule Interactions
Chemical & Engineering News14-Oct-14Link
Fracking Wastewater Could Encourage Formation of Toxic Compounds During Drinking Water DisinfectionChemical & Engineering News23-Sep-14Link
Recovering Phosphorus From Animal ManureChemical & Engineering News25-Aug-14Link
Sugar Mimic Helps Embryonic Stem Cells Differentiate Toward Nerve CellsChemical & Engineering News28-Jul-14Link
Molecular computer calculates Ebola diagnosisChemistry World18-Jul-14Link
Shape-Shifting Scaffold Supports Growing Bone CellsChemical & Engineering News13-Feb-14Link
Silk Fibers Grown Directly on GrapheneChemical & Engineering News31-Jan-14Link
Metal Organic Framework Used for Chiral ChromatographyChemical & Engineering News13-Jan-14Link
Deep Sea Photos: Vampire Squid, Bubblegum Coral FoundNational Geographic24-Dec-13Link
Study Finds Variability in the Accuracy of Methods Used to Measure Emerging ContaminantsChemical & Engineering News20-Dec-13Link
Unravelling stereochemistry via mass spectrometryChemistry World6-Sep-13Link
Simple Reaction Could Provide Clue to Origin of MetabolismChemical & Engineering News20-Aug-13Link
Elusive atmospheric intermediates reveal some secretsChemistry World12-Apr-13Link
Engineered Bacteria Measure Caffeine ConcentrationsChemical & Engineering News21-Mar-13Link
Ancient Pigment Forms Nanoscale SheetsChemical & Engineering News17-Dec-12Link
Tracing the Origins of the Durian's StenchKQED Quest7-Nov-12Link
Silicon circuits that dissolve when wet made for smart medical implantsArs Technica25-Sep-12Link
3D printed sugar network to feed engineered organsChemistry World1-Jul-12Link
Elephantnose fish evolved complex eyes to see in muddy waterArs Technica28-Jun-12Link
Write speeds for phase change memory reach record limitsArs Technica22-Jun-12Link
Nitric Oxide Regulate Group Behavior of BacteriaChemical & Engineering News20-May-12Link
Sheets of virus generate electricity when squishedArs Technica15-May-12Link
Microbe Transports Contaminant Through Its FibersChemical & Engineering News14-May-12Link
New electrode material could lead to powerful rechargeable sodium batteriesArs Technica4-May-12Link
Block Copolymer Helps Lithography Get SmallerChemical & Engineering News11-Apr-12Link
Antibiotic Agent Preserves Arson EvidenceChemical & Engineering News27-Mar-12Link
Nucleoside Pulls Double Duty in Anticancer TreatmentChemical & Engineering News14-Mar-12Link
Single atom transistor gets precise position on chipNew Scientist19-Feb-12Link
On the Origin of SugarsChemical & Engineering News30-Jan-12Link
How the cold, dead moon stayed magneticåÊNew Scientist9-Nov-11Link
Screen-spy program can read text and emailsNew Scientist2-Nov-11Link
Harness viruses to make dazzling colours without dyeNew Scientist20-Oct-11Link
Single molecule is tiniest electric motor everNew Scientist7-Sep-11Link
Implanted sensors track heart attack damageNew Scientist7-Mar-11Link