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Propped up on my desk before me, there is a vacuum-sealed bag of white powder. Chemists would recognise this substance as a methylated xanthine, composed of tiny crystalline structures.
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In the X-ray diffraction experiments, the molecular beam and X-ray beam intersect between gold electrodes; the detector is to the right.
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This month's review is a bit off of the usual track, e.g. statistical, mathematical and genomics software.
Also, effective immediately, Celanese will institute sales control for both Acetic Acid and Vinyl Acetate Monomer in North America, Central and South America, and Europe.
JERSEY CITY, NJ, and FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- BASF Corporation and the Liberty Science Center are partnering to present Kids' Lab, a series of hands-on chemistry workshops for children ages 6 to12 at LSC on select Saturdays and Sundays through July 12. In addition, Kids' Lab programs will run during LSC Member Nights throughout the year.
Using iron ions and chemistry found in the adhesive proteins of a certain mollusk, scientists have developed a hydrogel actuator that moves when its pH is raised.
March 6, 2014 - The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is hosting a Green Chemistry Workshop on the principles of green chemistry on March 14, 2014, at Syracuse University, DEC Commissioner Joe Martens announced today.
A 'novel method' for measuring salt content in food is said to be more robust and easy to use than current techniques, according to a new study.
Santiago GA3mez-Ruiz is a professor of inorganic chemistry at Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid, Spain.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology chemists have devised a way to trap carbon dioxide and transform it into useful organic compounds, using a simple metal complex.
Chemist Timothy Wencewicz has been studying the plague of antibiotic resistance since he was a college student.
Like mobsters following strict orders, newly engineered molecules called "ubiquibodies" can mark specific proteins inside a cell for destruction -- a molecular kiss of death that is paving the way for new drug therapies and powerful research tools.
Annie Dookhan is back in the news today. She is the former laboratory technician at the Hinton State Drug Laboratory in Boston, MA who pled guilty last summer to multiple felonies, including tampering with evidence, perjury, obstruction of justice and falsely claiming that she had a masters degree in chemistry from the University of Massachusetts.
Four Victoria school district middle school students took the top four places at the "You Be a Chemist" competition, hosted by Dow Chemical's Seadrift Operations site and the Chemical Education Foundation, last week.
For three months I've donned the "Baxter," a monstrous down parka, to venture outdoors.
Terri Nunn of Berlin continues to musically strengthen her band's signature sound on their latest release "Animal" with a charged circuit of new and modern electronic grooves.
Q: I have heard that aspirin can prevent heart attack and stroke. Should I take it every day even if I am healthy? A: Aspirin was developed in 1897 by the German chemist Felix Hoffmann, and since that time, has been invaluable as an analgesic.