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It's like dark chocolate: How can something so good be good for you? Well, it's time you started believing in the power of your java.
Four area students are hoping they have all the solutions for the Chemical Educational Foundation's 10th annual National You Be The Chemist Challenge.
Another recent nanotechnology research advance in line with the theme of next month's " Foresight Technical Conference: Integration ", integrating nanodevices and nanomaterials into more complex systems, is the combination of a DNA walker motor, RNA fuel, a carbon nanotube track, and a nanoparticle cargo, all mimicking the biological molecular ... (more)
Few chemicals are as familiar as table salt. The white crystals are the most common food seasoning in the world and an essential part of the human diet.
Most chemical reactions perform best when shaken or stirred. Active mixing maximizes the chances that reactant molecules will find one another.
Jupiter has become the specialty olive oil center of the county with the opening of the The Olive Oil Exchange.
Chef Kendra Baker in the dining room of her new full-service restaurant Assembly in Santa Cruz, where, she says, "the food scene has really blossomed."
A spitting image of Nobel Prize winner and Purdue professor Ei-ichi Negishi was unveiled on Purdue's campus Friday afternoon.
Sulfur left over from refining fossil fuels can be transformed into cheap, lightweight, plastic lenses for infrared devices, including night-vision goggles, a University of Arizona-led international team has found.
Electrically controlled glasses with continuously adjustable transparency, new polarization filters, and even chemosensors capable of detecting single molecules of specific chemicals could be fabricated thanks to a new polymer unprecedentedly combining optical and electrical properties.
A hallucinating 18-year-old man screamed at Mount Vernon police and medics, telling them they had to shoot him to save his cousin after smoking a strawberry air freshener for most of the day.
Science education professor Peter Rillero said interactions with reality seem to be lacking in an age increasingly dominated by virtual experiences.
University of Illinois chemists developed analogs of a new tuberculosis drug that could treat many other diseases and defy resistance.
MIT and Harvard researchers have developed a switchable material that can absorb the sun's heat and store that energy in chemical form, ready to be released again "on demand."