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33 min ago | ECNmag

How a plant beckons the bacteria that will do it harm

A common plant puts out a welcome mat to bacteria seeking to invade, and scientists have discovered the mat's molecular mix.

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Related Topix: Department of Energy, University of Missouri, Biology

4 hrs ago | Business Wire

Sirrus Unveils First New Chemistry Platform for Adhesives, Coatings and Inks in Decades

Sirrus' unique 1,1-disubstituted alkene monomer technology, and the combination of properties it enables, is now being made available for sampling to industrial manufacturing and assembly partners.

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Related Topix: Science

7 hrs ago | R & D

Protecting olive oil from counterfeiters

Who guarantees that expensive olive oil isn't counterfeit or adulterated? An invisible label, developed by ETH researchers, could perform this task.

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9 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online

Chemistry always seems to keep Particle together

Throughout its lifespan, Particle has been promoting a new sound fashioned from two seemingly opposing camps: heavily produced and programmed electronica and more organically driven jam band grooves.

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Related Topix: Science, Entertainment

12 hrs ago | Newswise

'Double-Duty' Electrolyte Enables New Chemistry for Longer-Lived Batteries

OAK RIDGE, Tenn., April 24, 2014 - Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed a new and unconventional battery chemistry aimed at producing batteries that last longer than previously thought possible.

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Related Topix: Department of Energy, Science, Oak Ridge, TN

15 hrs ago | Science Daily

Steering chemical reactions with laser pulses

Ultra short laserpulses in the femtosecond-range give scientists a powerful new method of controlling chemical reactions.

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Related Topix: Science

19 hrs ago | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

Chemist Reveals Renoir Masterpiece's True Colors

Scientists are using powerful analytical and imaging tools to study artworks from all ages, delving deep below the surface to reveal the process and materials used by some of the world's greatest artists.

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Related Topix: Science, Northwestern University, Arts, Painting

20 hrs ago | Science Daily

Following a protein's travel inside cells is key to improving patient monitoring, drug development

A technique to detect subcellular location of a protein has been developed by scientists.

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Related Topix: Science, Cancer, Medicine, Health

Wed Apr 23, 2014

Water Online

The Science Of Water: Analysis Lab Does More Than Just Testing

For many, the word "bureau" conquers up images of suit-clad men and women brandishing firearms and badges.

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Related Topix: Science

Inside Bay Area

Stanford scientists describe autism discoveries

Nobody knows what causes autism, and scientists have all but given up on finding one gene, chemical or brain structure that explains it.

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Related Topix: Stanford, CA, Startups, Stanford University, Genetics, Medicine, Biology, Science

Snoqualmie Valley Record

You Be the Chemist: Middle school challenge held at Chief Kanim

Chief Kanim Middle School science teacher Todd Henderson congratulates the winners of the You Be the Chemist Challenge, and the Seattle Science Infinity volunteers who helped to host the event.

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Related Topix: Science, Eastlake (Seattle, WA), Education Etc., Fall City, WA

R & D

Halving hydrogen

Like a hungry diner ripping open a dinner roll, a fuel cell catalyst that converts hydrogen into electricity must tear open a hydrogen molecule.

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Related Topix: Alternative Energy, Energy, Department of Energy, Science

InvestmentNews

Attracting female clients, employees: It's not all about gender, so don't forget about chemistry

This won't be the case for much longer. About half of advisers under 40 are women, and females are poised to control $20 trillion in personal assets by 2020.

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Chemistry World

Chemistry in close-up

In August 2009, the world was shown the first ever 'photograph' of a molecule . It was the first time every atom and every bond in a molecule had been imaged and people were amazed.

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Related Topix: Science, Switzerland,

Mother Jones

human hand holding soybeans with field in background

Soybeans are the second-largest US crop after corn , covering about a quarter of US farmland.

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Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environment, EPA, Supplement

Science Daily

Major advances in dye sensitized solar cells

Two groups of researchers have recently advanced the field of solar cells with a cheaper and efficient replacement for platinum and better synthesis of zinc oxide.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Science Daily

How cells take out the trash

As people around the world mark Earth Day with activities that protect the planet, our cells are busy safeguarding their own environment.

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Related Topix: Life, Holidays, Earth Day, CPU, Science / Technology, Science

Press-Telegram

Indie film noir sees revival with new crop of low budget releases

Film noir, the shadowy, psychologically loaded cycle of crime movies that flourished in Hollywood from World War II through the 1950s, holds a special place in the twisted hearts of filmmakers.

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Related Topix: Sundance Film Festival, Science

Waterloo Chronicle

Blondes do have more fun

Jayme Armstrong didn't mind taking her work home with her while preparing for her role as Elle Woods in the Drayton Entertainment production of Legally Blonde, opening this week at the St. Jacobs County Playhouse.

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Related Topix: Comedy Movies, Legally Blonde, Science, Vampire News, Thriller, Mystery Movies, Crime Movies, Drama Movies, Entertainment, Twilight

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Trends in Surface Water Chemistry in Acidified Areas in Europe and North America from 1990 to 2008

Garmo, &., B. Skjelkvle, H. de Wit, L. Colombo, C. Curtis, J. Flster, A. Hoffmann, J. Hruka, T. Hgsen, D. Jeffries, W. Keller, P. Kram, V. Majer, D. Monteith, A. Paterson, M. Rogora, D. Rzychon, S. Steingruber, J. Stoddard, J. Vuorenmaa, AND A. Worsztynowicz.

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