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04/19/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Different varieties of the versatile olive are used to create foods like olive tapenade crostini or olive focaccia. However, scientists

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-19-future-buildings-could-be-constructed-blocks-made-from-olive-waste.html

04/19/2018 / By Edsel Cook

We may finally be on the verge of a true alternative to costly lithium-ion batteries that rely on rare earth

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-19-praise-for-the-proton-latest-battery-breakthrough-may-free-us-from-lithium-ion.html

04/17/2018 / By Ethan Huff

The long-term negative effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals, or EDCs, extend far beyond just the immediate generation exposed to them, new

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-17-depopulation-already-unleashed-shocking-new-research-finds-prenatal-exposure-to-endocrine-disruptors-can-impact-male-fertility-for-generations.html

04/16/2018 / By Jayson Veley

A new study indicates that cocaine is now so prevalent in society that ten percent of those who have never

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-16-cocaine-so-common-that-13-of-us-have-traces-of-it-on-our-fingers.html

04/16/2018 / By Edsel Cook

An MIT research team has created a replica of the human body that can fit on a chip. According to

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-16-mit-researchers-develop-a-body-on-a-chip-combines-cells-from-10-human-organs.html

04/15/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Coffee is able to alter metabolism in many ways, including those that affect the steroid pathway, according to a study published in

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-15-coffee-found-to-affect-metabolism-in-dozens-of-ways-steroid-pathways.html

04/14/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

A newly developed metal-organic framework (MOF) could help reduce the amount of carbon emissions produced by the petrochemical industry, according

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-14-a-new-metal-organic-framework-could-help-reduce-carbon-emissions-petrochemical-industy.html

04/12/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Fifteen new planets were confirmed to be orbiting red dwarf stars near our solar system. As per a report that appeared

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-12-scientists-discover-15-new-planets-including-one-super-earth.html

04/11/2018 / By Janine Acero

People have been brewing beer for thousands of years, but few studies have explored the science behind the process of

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-11-scientists-study-how-proteins-affect-the-quality-flavor-and-bubbles-of-beer.html

04/10/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Having adequate amounts of water is not only applicable to humans, but also to trees. Trees in the urban area

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-10-trees-in-the-city-can-handle-the-heat-and-the-bugs-if-they-have-enough-water.html

04/09/2018 / By Janine Acero

People use plastic for a variety of reasons, which has given way to the production of different kinds of the

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-09-plastic-pollution-being-repurposed-to-break-down-dyes-from-wastewater.html

04/08/2018 / By David Williams

Insulating materials such as styrofoam and certain types of plastics are certainly useful in many applications, but some of their

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-08-scientists-develop-nanowood-that-works-like-styrofoam-construction.html

04/07/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Solar power has come a long way from when Bell Labs presented the first photovoltaic cell in 1954. Researchers are

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-07-the-solar-energy-industry-is-exploding-with-new-technologies-solar-paint.html

04/05/2018 / By Zoey Sky

According to a study, dogs can create mental representations of objects that they observe using their sense of smell. The findings also

http://www.chemistry.news/2018-04-05-dogs-visualize-what-they-are-smelling-according-to-research.html