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    • Great Ape Makes Good Doc

      Great Ape Makes Good Doc

      Orangutans were observed to use plant extracts to treat their own pain.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 6 days ago, 16 May 18, 5:00pm -
    • Stool-Pigeon Poop Reveals Bird-Racing Fouls

      Stool-Pigeon Poop Reveals Bird-Racing Fouls

      Racing pigeons is big business—and doping is common. Now scientists have devised a way to detect doping in the avian athletes. Christopher Intagliata reports.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 7 days ago, 15 May 18, 9:20pm -
    • Chemotherapy Timing Could Influence How Well the Treatment Works

      Chemotherapy Timing Could Influence How Well the Treatment Works

      Circadian clocks influence DNA repair processes-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 9 days ago, 13 May 18, 8:00am -
    • Hair Products Popular with Black Women May Contain Harmful Chemicals

      Hair Products Popular with Black Women May Contain Harmful Chemicals

      Some cosmetics include compounds that have been linked with early puberty, obesity and increased breast cancer risk-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 12 days ago, 11 May 18, 6:45am -
    • A Hangover Pill? Tests on Drunk Mice Show Promise

      A Hangover Pill? Tests on Drunk Mice Show Promise

      The treatment decreased rodents’ blood alcohol level by 45 percent-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 13 days ago, 10 May 18, 7:00am -
    • Plants Can Sense Animal Attack Coming

      Plants Can Sense Animal Attack Coming

      Tomato plants detected snail slime in soil near them and mounted preemptive defenses, even though they were not directly touched.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 16 days ago, 6 May 18, 8:25pm -
    • Africa: Future Worldwide Science Hub

      Africa: Future Worldwide Science Hub

      Thierry Zomahoun, president of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, talks about the potential and needs of science on the continent.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 20 days ago, 2 May 18, 7:51pm -
    • The Hidden Data in Your Fingerprints

      The Hidden Data in Your Fingerprints

      A fingerprint could give a molecular signature revealing aspects of a person’s lifestyle and environment, such as their job, eating habits or medical problems-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 25 days ago, 27 Apr 18, 1:00pm -
    • Traffic Deaths Increase after 4:20 P.M. on 4/20

      Traffic Deaths Increase after 4:20 P.M. on 4/20

      A look at a database of fatal traffic accidents found a 12 percent increase on the informal marijuana holiday 4/20 after 4:20 P.M. compared with nearby dates. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 33 days ago, 19 Apr 18, 5:09pm -
    • Why Do Bananas Change Color?

      Why Do Bananas Change Color?

      Bananas undergo chemical and physical changes to become more appealing.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
      - 41 days ago, 11 Apr 18, 11:00am -

    The Guardian: Chemistry

    • NHS preparing to offer ‘game-changing’ cancer treatment
      Health service chief calls for affordable access to CAR-T, which modifies immune system to destroy cancer cellsThe NHS is preparing to fast-track a “game-changing” cancer treatment into hospitals, its chief executive has said, calling for the man…
      - 26 days ago, 26 Apr 18, 1:29pm -
    • Basel in the spotlight: the city that learned to love LSD
      ‘Bicycle Day’ on 19 April is the 75th anniversary of the day Albert Hofmann accidentally discovered LSD, changing his perceptions – and the city’s futureSeventy-five years ago, the Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann experienced the world’s first…
      - 34 days ago, 19 Apr 18, 6:00am -
    • Scientists solve eggshell mystery of how chicks hatch
      Protein called osteopontin found to affect nanostructure of shell, making it much easier to break from the insideIt’s been a tough one to crack, but scientists say they have zoomed in, to an unprecedented degree, on the structure of shells surround…
      - 53 days ago, 30 Mar 18, 2:00pm -
    • Why treating your depression is like learning your times tables | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett
      We can say with certainty that antidepressants are effective drugs. But don’t be disheartened if they’re not for youIn my first year of university, just after I had been prescribed fluoxetine for depression, I had an argument about it with a clos…
      - 84 days ago, 28 Feb 18, 1:00am -
    • Kenneth Seddon obituary
      Pioneer of ‘green chemistry’ through his groundbreaking research into ionic liquidsKenneth Seddon, who has died aged 67 after suffering from cancer, was a pioneering chemist and acknowledged leader of “green chemistry”. He led the growth of r…
      - 88 days ago, 23 Feb 18, 1:40pm -
    • Are we poisoning our children with plastic?
      The chemical BPA is widely added to food and drink packaging, and more than 80% of teenagers have it in their bodies. But how dangerous is it?Can exposure to plastics harm your health? It’s a question currently being explored by researchers after a…
      - 93 days ago, 19 Feb 18, 1:00am -
    • The Beautiful Cure by Daniel M Davis review – how our immune system has shaped world history
      A terrific book by a consummate storyteller and scientific expert considers the past and future of the body’s ability to fight disease and heal itselfNature wants to destroy you. Evolution has been driven by aggressive forces in which organisms wil…
      - 31 Jan 18, 6:00am -
    • Tetrodotoxin: the poison behind the Japanese pufferfish scare
      The accidental sale of potentially deadly fugu in Japan has sparked a health scare – and the same poison is now found in European speciesGamagori city in Japan was put on alert this week after toxic fish went on sale in a local supermarket. Pufferf…
      - 17 Jan 18, 8:28am -
    • Breakthrough brings non-addictive opioid alternatives a step closer
      Key discovery around brain’s receptor proteins could help develop painkiller substitutes, raising hopes of an eventual end to global opioid addiction crisisThe prospect of a non-addictive alternatives to morphine and other opioids has moved a step…
      - 4 Jan 18, 12:00pm -
    • We need to talk about Rudolph: sex, drugs and aerodynamic reindeer
      Ever since Rudolph first starred in a 1939 story, we’ve been getting him all wrong. Or should I say her? Let’s look at the science behind the world’s favourite reindeerIt is coming up to Santa’s busy time. Last minute preparations are being m…
      - 21 Dec 17, 2:00am -

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