11/28/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Imagine there was a plant that could miraculously mop up dangerous heavy metals from contaminated soil. In an amazing display

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-11-28-scientists-identify-superaccumulator-plants-that-mop-up-heavy-metals-like-crazy.html

11/27/2017 / By JD Heyes

It seems the Department of Defense wants to get in on the GMO craziness, but not in what you would

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-11-27-pentagons-super-secret-research-agency-darpa-now-wants-to-genetically-engineer-plants-to-use-as-battlefield-spying-technology.html

11/24/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Manufacturing glow-in-the-dark materials can be difficult and expensive. More often than not, they need to be made from rare metals

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-11-24-glow-in-the-dark-materials-can-now-be-made-organically-for-less.html

11/17/2017 / By Rita Winters

There’s no question about it, smoking is bad for your health (and our environment). More than six trillion cigarettes are

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-11-17-new-life-for-pollution-chemists-are-looking-into-using-cigarette-butts-for-hydrogen-storage.html

11/11/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Archaea are single-celled microorganisms that exist in areas with extreme conditions, such as volcanic vents in the ocean floor. A

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-11-11-human-cells-and-microorganisms-found-to-be-biochemically-similar-according-to-astonishing-study.html

11/11/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed sensors that can be implanted in plant leaves so that it

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-11-11-engineers-have-developed-a-sensor-that-can-be-printed-onto-plant-leaves-need-water.html

11/02/2017 / By Jonathan Landsman

In any given year, about 25% of all U.S. adults have a mental illness and nearly 50% of U.S. adults

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-11-02-the-awesome-connection-between-our-brain-chemistry-and-human-behavior.html

10/28/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Tired of suffering from or replacing a smashed phone screen? Here’s some good news. Researchers at the University of Sussex in

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-10-28-flexible-eco-friendly-and-less-expensive-researchers-are-one-step-closer-to-the-smart-screen-of-the-future.html

10/26/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Scientists from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) say that you need plants in your bedroom to beat certain ailments

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-10-26-boost-immunity-and-sleep-better-with-plants-in-the-bedroom-these-three-are-recommended-by-nasa.html

10/23/2017 / By JD Heyes

As most everyone knows, eating a healthy, well-balanced, GMO- and toxin-free diet is the key to better health, but not

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-10-23-this-anti-alzheimers-diet-will-cut-your-risk-of-developing-the-disease-by-one-third.html

10/20/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Listening to songs has been proven to affect the way we feel. A new study discovered that listening to “sexy” songs can

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-10-20-dont-forget-the-tunes-in-the-bedroom-study-shows-sexy-songs-enhance-your-sense-of-touch.html

10/16/2017 / By JD Heyes

Researchers at MIT, Harvard, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are closing in on the development of so-called “intelligence bandages” that

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-10-16-new-smart-bandages-will-dramatically-cut-healing-time-for-wounds-in-chronic-patients.html

10/02/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Spider webs are known to be among the strongest natural materials known to man. For example, the webs of a

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-10-02-bionic-spider-silk-researchers-have-developed-a-super-strong-biocomposite-with-the-potential-to-revolutionize-industries.html

10/01/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory say they have made a breakthrough in clean energy in relation to the process

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-10-01-scientists-develop-clean-fuel-using-co2-proving-again-how-essential-carbon-dioxide-is-to-human-life.html

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