02/15/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

A liquid skin bandage has been approved for licensing and sale by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Known as

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-15-new-liquid-bandage-uses-a-biopolymer-skin-like-elastic-for-wound-care-has-received-fda-approval.html

02/14/2018 / By Tracey Watson

A few years ago, a lot of attention was focused on the dangers of Bisphenol A (BPA), an organic synthetic

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-14-gender-confused-shocking-study-reveals-86-of-teenagers-bodies-contaminated-with-gender-bending-chemicals.html

02/12/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Determining the health of a lake or a stream could be done by looking for the presence of wild rice.

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-12-wild-rice-is-the-canary-in-the-coal-mine-for-lakes-and-streams-researchers-track-water-quality.html

02/07/2018 / By David Williams

You may know of 3D printing as a revolutionary new solution for prototyping and small-scale production in industries such as

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-07-3d-printed-ceramic-implant-holds-bones-together.html

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

Contaminated water contains all sorts of harmful toxins that can result in dangerous diseases in humans. This has led scientists

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-06-removing-heavy-metals-from-water-activated-charcoal-from-palm-kernel-cake-biosorbent.html

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

The idea of recycling batteries has been around for quite a long time now, perhaps just as long as batteries

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-06-is-it-possible-to-recycle-lithium-ion-batteries.html

02/06/2018 / By David Williams

It seems like every day, researchers find yet another fossil fuel alternative. Not that anyone should be complaining. This time,

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-06-scientists-find-improved-approach-for-creating-fuel-from-biowaste.html

02/04/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

With ongoing advisories about toxic fish and warnings to limit consumption, there is no doubt that mercury pollution is a

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-04-mercury-pollution-in-the-great-lakes-how-it-impacts-fish.html

02/03/2018 / By Russel Davis

Researchers at the Pennsylvania State University recently reported that they were able to harness microbes and convert them into potential food

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-03-astronauts-eat-microbe-recycled-human-waste-space-travel-science.html

02/03/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

The presence or absence of oxygen can determine whether or not a planet can support life. It’s a strategy that

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-03-looking-for-possible-alien-life-that-may-not-require-an-atmosphere-with-oxygen.html

02/01/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Finger-prick tests for monitoring blood glucose levels in diabetic patients may become a thing of the past with the development

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-01-new-device-measures-blood-sugar-from-sweat-instead-of-blood.html

02/01/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Gradual bone loss is a serious side effect that astronauts must endure during protracted spaceflights. This is due to the

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-02-01-science-experiments-space-station-bone-glue-may-stimulate-bone-growth.html

01/31/2018 / By Mike Adams

Over the last few months, I’ve promised that we would be testing off-the-shelf products in our lab, revealing their chemical

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-01-31-health-ranger-lab-analysis-exposes-700-chemicals-in-tide-laundry-pods-many-are-extremely-toxic-to-human-health-and-aquatic-life.html

01/31/2018 / By Mike Adams

(Science.news exclusive) Tide laundry pods are being eaten by ignorant youth as part of the so-called “Tide pod challenge” that

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-01-31-tide-laundry-pods-contain-over-700-chemicals-independent-lab-test-results-released.html

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