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Chemistry World
October 15, 2013
Emily James
Bio-friendly micro-motors propelled by polymers Scientists in the US have created a micro-motor that carries its own bio-friendly fuel to propel itself across the surface of water. And unlike other nano-engines it relies on a rather unusual mechanism to drive itself: depolymerization. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2013
Elizabeth Murphy
Inside 23andMe founder Anne Wojcicki's $99 DNA Revolution If Wojcicki gets it right, 23andMe could help change the health care industry as we know it. "At $99, we are opening the doors of access," she says. "Genetics is part of an entire path for how you're going to live a healthier life." mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 14, 2013
Amy Middleton-Gear
Bioluminescence powers photosynthesis Chinese chemists report that, in the absence of sunlight, bioluminescence can drive photosynthesis. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Information Today
October 10, 2013
ACP Smart Medicine Joins OvidSP Wolters Kluwer Health expanded its partnership with the American College of Physicians, making ACP Smart Medicine available on Wolters Kluwer Health's OvidSP medical research platform. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 9, 2013
Rebecca Brodie
The private lives of plants Noritada Kaji and colleagues at Nagoya University have created a microfluidic assay that can more accurately investigate pollen tube growth. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 8, 2013
David Bradley
3D printing bacteria Jason Shear and colleagues at the University of Texas, US, have developed a 3D printing technique that lets them 'construct' defined bacterial communities so that short-range chemical communications and physical interactions between bacteria can be investigated more systematically than ever before. mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 8, 2013
Colin King
Figuring lignin out Lignin gives plants the strength to grow tall but this strength is a barrier to turning plants into biofuels. So researchers in the UK have devised an efficient way to make complex model compounds of lignin to help them figure out the best way to break lignin down. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 8, 2013
Hayley Birch
RNA mimic destined for synthetic genome US scientists have taken another step towards the goal of creating self-replicating molecules like those thought to have spawned life on Earth. The researchers made RNA-like polymers capable of copying short sections of genetic code that they suggest could act as genomes in synthetic cells. mark for My Articles 159 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 7, 2013
Megan Tyler
Searching for a hangover cure Scientists have suggested that what you drink following the consumption of alcoholic beverages could alter the effect of alcohol on your body. The carbonated drink Sprite emerged as a potential reliever of alcohol-related symptoms. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Information Today
October 3, 2013
Royal Society of Chemistry Acquires MarinLit Database The Royal Society of Chemistry completed its acquisition of MarinLit, a cloud-based marine natural product database designed to help scientists find a starting point for MNP research. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
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