New invention captures Earth's chemical reactions
(Phys.org) —Researchers have found a new way to study chemical reactions that occur deep in the Earth's crust.
Two for the price of one: Single-molecule microscopy simultaneously monitors protein structure and function
Bubble-propelled microrockets could operate in the human stomach
Particles magnetically 'click' to form superstructures
Venom gets good buzz as potential cancer-fighter
Bee, snake or scorpion venom could form the basis of a new generation of cancer-fighting drugs, scientists will report here today. They have devised a method for targeting venom proteins specifically to malignant cells while ...
Rational design can improve hydrogen fuel cell efficiency
Of microchemistry and molecules: Electronic microfluidic device synthesizes biocompatible probes
Dutch test-tube cookbook boasts roast dino and dodo nuggets
Dutch-based scientists, chefs and artists on Tuesday launched the world's first cookbook for lab-grown meat—serving up a bizarre assortment of test-tube dishes including roast raptor leg, dodo nuggets and ...
Artificial light-harvesting method achieves 100% energy transfer efficiency
Chemists fabricate 'impossible' material
3-in-1 optical skin cancer probe
As thousands of vacationers hit the beach this summer, many of them will expose their unprotected bare limbs to direct UV sunlight, potentially putting them at risk of skin cancer later in life. To fight ...
Scientist uses giant spectrometer to search for cure for cancer
A pro at navigating the labyrinthine hallways in the Chemistry Building, Scott Showalter, researcher and associate professor of chemistry in Penn State's Eberly College of Science, maneuvers from his office, ...