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    Scientific American: Chemistry

    • Chemical π

      Chemical π

      Using the periodic table to memorize that celebrated number-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 6 days ago, 14 Mar 19, 9:00am -
    • Science News Briefs from around the Globe

      Science News Briefs from around the Globe

      A few brief reports about international science and technology from Greenland to Palau, including one on the discovery of a trove of mummified cats in Egypt.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 16 days ago, 3 Mar 19, 10:45pm -
    • Budding Yeast Produce Cannabis Compounds

      Budding Yeast Produce Cannabis Compounds

      Biologists have taken the genes that produce cannabinoids in weed and plugged them into yeast, making rare and novel compounds more accessible. Christopher Intagliata reports.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 19 days ago, 28 Feb 19, 8:30pm -
    • Human Diet Drugs Kill Mosquitoes' Appetite, Too

      Human Diet Drugs Kill Mosquitoes' Appetite, Too

      When researchers fed mosquitoes a drug used to treat people for obesity, the insects were less interested in hunting for their next human meal ticket. Karen Hopkin reports.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 32 days ago, 16 Feb 19, 3:30pm -
    • Salt Doesn't Melt Ice—Here's How It Makes Winter Streets Safer

      Salt Doesn't Melt Ice—Here's How It Makes Winter Streets Safer

      There’s a good reason to salt the roads before snow starts falling-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 36 days ago, 12 Feb 19, 4:15pm -
    • New Adaptive Fabric Cools Down as You Heat Up

      New Adaptive Fabric Cools Down as You Heat Up

      The dynamic textile becomes more breathable in hotter, sweatier conditions-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 39 days ago, 9 Feb 19, 8:00am -
    • I Was a Teenage Element Hoarder

      I Was a Teenage Element Hoarder

      Even at the age of 15, I realized my obsession with collecting all the elements in the periodic table’s is not something most kids aspire to-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 40 days ago, 8 Feb 19, 7:00am -
    • Happy Sesquicentennial, Periodic Table!

      Happy Sesquicentennial, Periodic Table!

      The organizing scheme that revolutionized our understanding of the chemical elements turns 150 in 2019-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 42 days ago, 6 Feb 19, 1:15pm -
    • Forget Everything You Know about 3-D Printing—the "Replicator" Is Here

      Forget Everything You Know about 3-D Printing—the "Replicator" Is Here

      Rather than building objects layer by layer, the printer creates whole structures by projecting light into a resin that solidifies-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 46 days ago, 2 Feb 19, 8:00am -
    • Are 2 Snowflakes Ever Identical?

      Are 2 Snowflakes Ever Identical?

      Is the “unique snowflake” just flake news? Mother Nature might never produce two identical snowflakes, thanks to the near-infinite variability of the conditions affecting ice crystal...-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 50 days ago, 29 Jan 19, 9:00am -

    The Guardian: Chemistry

    • Elemental: the periodic table at 150
      Mendeleev’s chemical grid system defined our world – and the rarer elements it classifies are vital to modern lifeThis year marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of the first periodic table. This grid-like arrangement of the elements is…
      - 46 days ago, 2 Feb 19, 10:00am -
    • Toxic legacy: what to do with Britain's nuclear waste – Science Weekly podcast
      The UK has a problem and it isn’t going to go away anytime soon. But what to do about it? This week Geoff Marsh explores plans to bury the UK’s nuclear waste deep undergroundThe UK was a pioneer of nuclear energy production but the waste that thi…
      - 54 days ago, 25 Jan 19, 1:00am -
    • Biological facts are just the beginning | Letter
      The biologist’s task is more than just learning facts they must attempt to understand the messy, complex web of life, writes Andy LloydI disagree with your correspondent (Letters, 19 January) who thinks biology is preoccupied with memorising facts.…
      - 58 days ago, 21 Jan 19, 12:44pm -
    • Chemistry beats biology for elegance | Brief letters
      Chemistry and facts | The Grauniad | Tights and stockings | Duke of Edinburgh | Customised cleansersWhile I applaud the recognition given to the discovery (or invention) of the periodic table (Editorial, 14 January), I am disappointed with the statem…
      - 61 days ago, 18 Jan 19, 11:11am -
    • St Andrews find may be oldest surviving wall chart of periodic table
      Chart appears to date from 1885, and was found under lecture hall during clean-outA crumbling roll of canvas-backed paper discovered underneath a lecture theatre in Scotland may be the world’s oldest surviving periodic table chart, experts have sai…
      - 62 days ago, 17 Jan 19, 9:25am -
    • The Guardian view on the periodic table: better living through chemistry | Editorial
      The creation of modern chemistry in the 19th century was a forgotten intellectual revolution that made today’s world possibleThis year marks the 150th anniversary of the discovery, or invention, of the periodic table of the elements, one of the mos…
      - 66 days ago, 13 Jan 19, 1:54pm -
    • Teaching chemistry students how to cook? That’s an experiment I can get behind | Rhik Samadder
      Through cooking I have learned a lot about science, despite being a chemistry brain-dud. Maybe it can work the other way aroundImperial College London is including cookery lessons in its chemistry degree courses, starting this September. The Introduc…
      - 71 days ago, 8 Jan 19, 10:39am -
    • Scientists identify vast underground ecosystem containing billions of micro-organisms
      Global team of scientists find ecosystem below earth that is twice the size of world’s oceansThe Earth is far more alive than previously thought, according to “deep life” studies that reveal a rich ecosystem beneath our feet that is almost twic…
      - 100 days ago, 10 Dec 18, 10:00am -
    • Nobel laureates dismiss fears about genetically modified foods
      Winners of chemistry prize say excessive concerns could limit scientific progress Winners of this year’s Nobel prize for chemistry say overblown fears about genetically modified foods risk preventing society benefiting from the technology.Prof Fran…
      - 7 Dec 18, 12:46pm -
    • Sir Aaron Klug obituary
      Chemist and biophysicist who won the Nobel prize for developing crystallographic electron microscopyOne of the mildest, most broad-minded and most cultured of scientists, Aaron Klug was once seen as a radical too dangerous to be permitted access to t…
      - 26 Nov 18, 8:10am -

    LabMedica: Clinical Chemsitry

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