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3 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

Acid Seawater Will Hit Alaska Hard

The release of carbon dioxide into the air from power plant smokestacks to the tailpipe on your car could pose a risk to red king crab and other lucrative fisheries in Alaska, a new report says.

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Related Topix: Science, Oceanography

8 hrs ago | CiteULike

Implications of the Unpaired Spins in Li-O2 Battery Chemistry and Electrochemistry: A Minireview

Recent experimental and theoretical reports suggest that the valence states of oxygen species residing in the Li-O2 cell discharge products can be very complex.

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Related Topix: Science

11 hrs ago | Project Syndicate

The Dark Side of Physics

Almost a century ago, the first galaxy beyond our own was discovered, and within a decade the theory that the universe is expanding was first proposed.

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Related Topix: Physics, Science, Astronomy, Opinion

15 hrs ago | Science, Industry and Business

Mineral magic? Common mineral capable of making and breaking bonds

Reactions among minerals and organic compounds in hydrothermal environments are critical components of the Earth's deep carbon cycle, they provide energy for the deep biosphere, and may have implications for the origins of life.

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Related Topix: Arizona State University, Science

16 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal

It's not to be discounted

Blame it on the chlorine. Typically, I admit not being a frequent Kmart shopper.

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Related Topix: San Mateo County, CA, San Mateo, CA, Science, Opinion

20 hrs ago | Thanh Nein News

Vietnam students win 4 golds, silvers at int'l chemistry contest

Photo credit: VnExpress All four Vietnamese students at the international chemistry contest held in Hanoi came home with gold and silver medals Monday, with one of them winning the event's highest score.

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Related Topix: Southeast Asia, World News, Vietnam, Science, Thailand, Nguyen Tan Dung

Mon Jul 28, 2014

Biology News Net

Forced mutations doom HIV

Fifteen years ago, MIT professor John Essigmann and colleagues from the University of Washington had a novel idea for an HIV drug.

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Related Topix: University of Washington, Biology, University of Chicago, Immunology

Newsday

Chemical in foam cups again seen as likely cancer cause

The National Research Council reaffirmed that styrene -- the key chemical component of foam cups and other food service items -- may cause cancer in people.

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Related Topix: Science, Pharmacology, Medicine

CIO

Google's Next Frontier: What it Means to be Healthy

That's a question researchers at Google X, along with scientists at Duke University and Stanford University, are looking to answer.

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Related Topix: Google, Startups, Emerging Technology, Search Engines, Duke University, Stanford University, Science

Laughing Squid

a Ted-Ed Animation on the Chemistry of Car Engines

In this TED-Ed video , educator Cynthia Chubbuck looks at the chemistry of car engines, from combustion reactions in the cylinders to the chemical properties of antifreeze.

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Related Topix: Science, Blog News

Pharmaceutical Online

Reveleris Technologies: A Full Spectrum Of Purification Solutions

The REVELERIS PREP purification system is a powerful, high-performance system that combines flash chromatography and preparative LC capabilities in a single intuitive instrument.

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R & D

Cagey material acts as alcohol factory

Some chemical conversions are harder than others. Refining natural gas into an easy-to-transport, easy-to-store liquid alcohol has so far been a logistic and economic challenge.

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Related Topix: Science, UC Berkeley

The Times of Israel

New sensor aims to distance soldiers, Hamas bombs

An explosives sensor developed in Israel may one day take over many of the duties of detection dogs.

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Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Science / Technology, Nanotechnology, Terrorism, Science,

WKYT

Water main break floods building on UK campus

Crews are trying to clean up a building on the UK campus, after a broken water main flooded part of the building.

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The Raw Story

These are the five worst poisons on Earth: From polonium to mercury

With the announcement of an inquiry into the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, talk of poisons is back in the news.

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Sys-Con Media

High School Students From Across the U.S. Explore Chemistry and Careers at the BASF Science Academy

"The Science Academy aspires to develop the technology based workforce of the future by exposing students to practical business applications and potential careers in chemistry," said Robin Rotenberg, Vice President of Corporate Communications for BASF in North America.

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Related Topix: Manufacturing, BASF Corp, Chemicals, Science, Education Etc., Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ, Marketing

PhysOrg Weblog

Virus-killing molecules may need all their skills, including inflammation, to fight HIV infection

Using the body's natural virus killers to prevent and treat HIV infection has been problematic until now because of the strong inflammatory response these molecules can arouse as they get rid of the invaders.

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R & D

Understanding the source of extra-large capacities in promising Li-ion battery electrodes

Researchers across the globe are working to find materials that will lead to safe, cheap, long-lasting and powerful Li-ion batteries.

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Related Topix: Department of Energy, Science

Switched

'Family Guy'/'Simpsons' Crossover Episode Sneak Peek Is Pure Bliss

The surely-incredible "Family Guy"/"The Simpsons" crossover episode won't air until September 28 , but thanks to Comic Con, we can now get a hilarious sneak peek at it.

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Related Topix: Comedy, Entertainment, Television, Science, Emmy Awards

Cambridge Evening News

Former Robinson College head Lord Jack Lewis dies, aged 86

Lord Lewis, 86, was the first warden of Robinson College, which was founded in 1977 and attained full college status in 1984.

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