09/18/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A team of researchers from the University of Houston and China discovered a new type of electronic device that can

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-18-disappearing-electronics-researchers-have-discovered-how-to-program-devices-to-dissolve.html

09/13/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Dams and huge turbines are built to convert the water energy that waterfalls and rivers have into electricity. In order

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-13-be-your-own-generator-new-technology-converts-energy-from-bloodflow-into-electricty.html

09/12/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

The pervasiveness of aluminum foil in daily life has reached a point where it occupies landfills in thousands of tons.

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-12-researcher-discovers-way-to-transform-waste-aluminum-foil-into-biofuel-catalyst.html

09/11/2017 / By Mike Adams

New research conducted at Lomonosov Moscow State University finds that sunscreen ingredients are transformed into cancer-causing chemicals when exposed to

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-11-sunscreen-warning-chlorinated-water-transforms-sunscreen-ingredients-into-cancer-causing-chemicals.html

09/11/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Ocean acidification is a phenomenon that has been associated with increased dangers for species of fish, such as leaving them unable

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-11-ocean-acidification-coral-reef-fish-resilient-climate-change.html

09/10/2017 / By Russel Davis

A new study published in the journal Behavioural Processes recently demonstrated a dog’s acute sense of smell was enough to make the

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-10-dogs-proven-to-recognize-themselves-through-precise-sense-of-smell.html

09/08/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Worried about the lithium-ion batteries found in your laptops and cell phones? Your worries will soon be gone because of

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-08-magnesium-battery-breakthrough-means-safer-batteries-that-wont-explode.html

09/07/2017 / By Russel Davis

Humans may develop expert echolocation skills just like bats and marine mammals by producing clicking sounds with the mouth and

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-07-human-echolocation-using-mouth-clicks-is-possible-study-finds.html

09/06/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

You don’t have to be as popular as Lance Armstrong to get away with illegal sports doping for many years.

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-06-sports-doping-lab-tests-are-a-total-joke-they-fail-to-detect-drug-abuse-nearly-all-the-time.html

09/04/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Goldfish fill their bodies with alcohol to survive for days (even months) in oxygen-free frozen water.  Evolutionary physiologists say that

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-09-04-goldfish-manufacture-alcohol-in-their-own-cells-to-lower-their-biological-freezing-temperature-in-frigid-waters.html

08/30/2017 / By Ethan Huff

What if it were possible to boost your vehicle’s fuel efficiency by up to 25 percent while cutting emissions by

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-08-30-breakthrough-add-on-hydrogen-device-boosts-vehicle-fuel-efficiency-by-20-while-decreasing-emissions-by-80.html

08/29/2017 / By Russel Davis

Researchers recently alluded that human waste such as urine and breath may one day make space travel more efficient for

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-08-29-scientists-now-developing-ways-to-turn-human-feces-into-plastic-and-nutrients-is-this-really-our-future.html

08/29/2017 / By Vicki Batts

Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating condition, known for its potential to wipe away its sufferers’ most treasured memories — but

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-08-29-memories-lost-to-alzheimers-can-be-retrieved.html

08/24/2017 / By Russel Davis

Your sweat may one day keep your wearable devices running as scientists have recently developed stretchable fuel cells that extract energy

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-08-24-wearable-electronic-devices-could-be-powered-by-human-sweat.html

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