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    • newDinosaur Asteroid Hit Worst Case Place

      Dinosaur Asteroid Hit Worst Case Place

      The mass extinction asteroid happened to strike a place where the rock contained lots of organic matter, and sent soot into the stratosphere where it could block sunlight for years.  -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 6 hours ago, 21 Oct 20, 9:10pm -
    • Nobelist Talks CRISPR Uses

      Nobelist Talks CRISPR Uses

      New Nobel laureate in chemistry Jennifer Doudna talks about various applications of the gene-editing tool CRISPR.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 13 days ago, 8 Oct 20, 6:52pm -
    • Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to Discovery of 'Genetic Scissors' Called CRISPR/Cas9

      Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to Discovery of 'Genetic Scissors' Called CRISPR/Cas9

      Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna win for technology that gives scientists unprecedented abilities to change the code of life-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 15 days ago, 7 Oct 20, 6:30am -
    • Color-Changing Ink Turns Clothes into Giant Chemical Sensors

      Color-Changing Ink Turns Clothes into Giant Chemical Sensors

      A silk-based substance could lead to new wearables-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 25 days ago, 27 Sep 20, 9:00am -
    • Long-Awaited Update Arrives for Radiocarbon Dating

      Long-Awaited Update Arrives for Radiocarbon Dating

      Scientists who study organic materials from the past 55,000 years may see some changes in their data-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 41 days ago, 11 Sep 20, 6:45am -
    • Bricks Can Be Turned into Batteries

      Bricks Can Be Turned into Batteries

      Pumping cheap iron-oxide-rich red bricks with specific vapors that form polymers enables the bricks to become electrical-charge-storage devices.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 41 days ago, 10 Sep 20, 3:54pm -
    • Google's Quantum Computer Achieves Chemistry Milestone

      Google's Quantum Computer Achieves Chemistry Milestone

      A downsized version of the company’s Sycamore chip performed a record-breaking simulation of a chemical reaction-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 48 days ago, 4 Sep 20, 6:45am -
    • Science Briefs from around the World

      Science Briefs from around the World

      Here are some brief reports about science and technology from all over, including one from Antarctica about how there’s something funny about penguin poop.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 51 days ago, 31 Aug 20, 11:14pm -
    • Bread Science: A Yeasty Conversation

      Bread Science: A Yeasty Conversation

      “Baking is applied microbiology,” according to the book Modernist Bread. During pandemic lockdowns, many people started baking their own bread. Scientific American contributing editor W....-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 59 days ago, 24 Aug 20, 2:55pm -
    • How Could the Beirut Explosion Happen? Experts Explain

      How Could the Beirut Explosion Happen? Experts Explain

      To get to the roots of disasters like this one, investigators rely on video footage, documents, interviews and other evidence-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 76 days ago, 7 Aug 20, 1:30pm -

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    • ‘I’m proud of my gender’: two women win Nobel chemistry prize – video
      Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have been awarded the 2020 Nobel prize in chemistry for the discovery of the Crispr genetic scissors used to edit the DNA of animals, plants and microorganisms with extremely high precision.The genome editin…
      - 15 days ago, 7 Oct 20, 1:34pm -
    • Scientists win Nobel chemistry prize for 'genetic scissors'
      Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A Doudna share prize for genome editing methodTwo scientists have been awarded the 2020 Nobel prize in chemistry for developing the genetic scissors used in gene editing – the first time two women have shared the…
      - 15 days ago, 7 Oct 20, 5:59am -
    • What does it mean to be alive? Paul Nurse on defining 'life'
      Is it possible to define the biological, chemical and physical functions that separate cells, plants and even humans from inanimate objects? In his new book, Paul Nurse, Nobel prize winner and director of the Francis Crick Institute, addresses a ques…
      - 30 days ago, 22 Sep 20, 12:00am -
    • Derek Haisman obituary
      My father, Derek Haisman, who has died aged 92, was a remarkable man and a research chemist who achieved great things in food technology, working on, among other products, mushy peas and Cup-a-Soup.Born near Durham to Robert Haisman, a haulage contra…
      - 36 days ago, 16 Sep 20, 12:50pm -
    • Are aliens hiding in plain sight?
      Several missions this year are seeking out life on the red planet. But would we recognise extraterrestrials if we found them?In July, three unmanned missions blasted off to Mars – from China (Tianwen-1), the US (Nasa’s Mars 2020 Perseverance Rove…
      - 47 days ago, 5 Sep 20, 12:00pm -
    • Microplastic particles now discoverable in human organs
      New technique expected to enable scientists to find accumulated microplastics in humansMicroplastic and nanoplastic particles are now discoverable in human organs thanks to a new technique.Microplastics have polluted the entire planet, from Arctic sn…
      - 66 days ago, 17 Aug 20, 12:07pm -
    • From the archives: the chemistry of crime fiction – podcast
      The Science Weekly team are taking a summer break – well, some of them – and so we’re bringing you an episode from the archive. And not just any episode, one of Nicola Davis’s favourites. Back in 2017, Nicola sat down with with Dr Kathryn Har…
      - 70 days ago, 13 Aug 20, 12:00am -
    • Coronavirus vaccine: Oxford team aim to start lab-controlled human trial soon
      Jenner Institute at Oxford looks to recruit healthy volunteers for controversial ‘challenge trial’Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe team behind the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine hope to begin tests on volunteers who will…
      - 98 days ago, 16 Jul 20, 12:11pm -
    • ‘The wondrous map’: how unlocking human DNA changed the course of science
      Thanks to the success of the Human Genome Project, 20 years ago this week, scientists can track biology and disease at a molecular level Twenty years ago this week, an international group of scientists announced it had put together the first genetic…
      - 21 Jun 20, 3:19am -
    • Peter Day obituary
      Chemist whose study of the way atoms transfer energy within materials led to the creation of lithium ion batteries and solar cellsAlthough everything is made of elements, and the periodic table of the elements is the bible of chemistry, until the 196…
      - 18 Jun 20, 10:32am -

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