All posts tagged with Science
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

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

09/07/2017 / 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

09/04/2017 / 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

08/29/2017 / 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

08/21/2017 / By Russel Davis

Flat tires and weak rubber bands may very soon become a thing of the past as researchers from the Harvard John A.

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-08-21-scientists-develop-self-healing-rubber-that-could-mean-punctured-tires-repair-themselves-as-you-drive.html

08/16/2017 / By Russel Davis

A recent study published in Advanced Materials revealed that the so-called “green” element bismuth may be incorporated to solar panels in the

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-08-16-solar-panels-made-with-toxic-lead-may-soon-be-able-to-use-green-element-bismuth-instead-2.html

08/04/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A prototype for a new solar cell that compiles multiple devices into a single device that has the capability of

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-08-04-solar-cell-breakthrough-could-double-energy-capture-efficiency-to-over-40.html

07/21/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

An international study that was published on Monday, July 17 in the journal Scientific Reports showed that modern diesel cars

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-07-21-diesel-engines-now-cleaner-for-the-environment-than-gas-engines.html

07/19/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Scientists continue to genetically engineer plants that are becoming less and less like anything that nature ever intended, and in

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-07-19-no-genetic-engineering-needed-simple-vinegar-can-help-plants-resist-drought-scientists-find.html

07/12/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Converting organic waste into fuel could solve a lot of the problems that are facing our planet at the moment,

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-07-12-breakthrough-zeolite-crystals-found-to-greatly-improve-efficiency-of-converting-water-into-high-energy-fuels.html

06/28/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Researchers at the University of Adelaide, in collaboration with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, have found a way

http://www.chemistry.news/2017-06-28-physics-breakthrough-can-use-sunlight-to-directly-transform-co2-into-clean-fuels-like-methane-without-using-fossil-fuels.html