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Chemistry World
July 27, 2014
Simon Hadlington
Propeller-shaped molecules give 2D polymers lift-off Crystal engineers have finally succeeded in achieving a goal that has eluded chemists for decades by unambiguously synthesizing two-dimensional polymer crystals, confirmed by single-crystal x-ray diffraction. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 24, 2014
Cally Haynes
Recycled fish bones offer five star sun protection An effective new sunscreen based on iron-doped hydroxyapatite-based materials derived from cod fish bones, a by-product of the food industry, has been developed by scientists in Portugal. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 22, 2014
Charlie Quigg
Polymer changes color in the heat of the moment Scientists in China, the UK and the Netherlands have engineered a polydiacetylene polymer that reversibly changes color within 1 second of being heated or cooled. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 22, 2014
Harriet Brewerton
Aaron Wheeler: Algae-on-a-chip Aaron Wheeler is the director of an interdisciplinary research group that develops lab-on-a-chip techniques for applications in biology, chemistry and medicine. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 20, 2014
Jenifer Mizen
Coffee cup confusion Health-related headlines often cite coffee as either a caffeinated curse or cure-all. However, estimating health benefits using cups may be very difficult and inadvisable in epidemiological studies. mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 18, 2014
Melissae Fellet
Molecular computer calculates Ebola diagnosis A molecular computer could one day simplify analysis of biomedical assays like those used to diagnose Ebola, researchers say. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 16, 2014
Jason Woolford
Close encounters of the fatty acid kind A new strategy for analyzing fatty acids could one day play a role in determining whether or not life exists on other worlds. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 11, 2014
Manisha Lalloo
Plant material aligns to make tough aerogels Japanese scientists have used nanocellulose fibers extracted from plants to create a new type of aerogel that is not only transparent and thermally insulating, but also mechanically tough. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Information Today
July 10, 2014
Europe PMC Gains New OA Research WHO (World Health Organization) announced an open access policy in January 2014 that now applies to all WHO research published in external books and journals. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 9, 2014
James Urquhart
Nanosilver fears come out in the wash Colleagues at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology have shown that nanosilver fabrics actually leak far fewer nanoparticles when washed than previously thought. mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
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