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Turning algae into clean energy and fish food; helping Africans to irrigate crops

fish, crops
Could algae that feast on wastewater produce clean bio fuels and a healthful supply of fish food Can impoverished African community gardeners learn to use and maintain a simple centuries old non electric water pump ... - Read More

Innovative self-cooling, thermoelectric system consumes no electricity

Researchers at the UPNA NUP Public University of Navarre have produced a prototype of a self cooling thermoelectric device that achieves free cooling of over 30ºC in devices that give off heat It is a ... - Read More

High Levels of Lead Detected in Rice Imported From Certain Countries

Rice imported from certain countries contains high levels of lead that could pose health risks particularly for infants and children who are especially sensitive to lead’s effects and adults of Asian heritage who consume large ... - Read More

Major Symposium on Arsenic Contamination in Food and Water Supplies

manufacturers stopped adding it to common household products ” Other speakers in the symposium focused on the ongoing problem of arsenic contamination in the 21st century Arsenic occurs naturally in elevated concentrations in the soil ... - Read More

New Evidence That Natural Substances in Green Coffee Beans Help Control Blood Sugar Levels

Scientists today described evidence that natural substances extracted from unroasted coffee beans can help control the elevated blood sugar levels and body weight that underpin type 2 diabetes Their presentation on chlorogenic acids ― widely ... - Read More

'Chemistry of the Bar' Symposium Focuses on New Orleans' Hurricane Cocktail and More

Call their taste and effects appealing or appalling no matter In a city that claims credit for invention of the cocktail the Hurricane Sazerac Pimm’s Cup Bayou Bash Hand Grenade Ramos Gin Fizz and other ... - Read More

American Chemical Society's Highest Honor Goes to Pioneer of "Lego-Like" Molecules

Peter J Stang Ph D distinguished professor of chemistry at the University of Utah and editor of the Journal of the American Chemical Society JACS has been named winner of the 2013 Priestley Medal by ... - Read More

Seemingly Small Research Funding Cuts Could Hinder Progress in Nanotechnology

to liquid petroleum products Natural gas is widely seen as a cleaner energy source than other fossil fuels like coal and petroleum Alivisatos described nanoparticle based technologies that promise to improve existing conversion processes The ... - Read More

Collaborations Between Cooks and Chemists Push the Boundaries of Taste

to see eyes light up realizing that the very simple pleasures of food are chemistry A simple example is people love knowing what is happening with proteins when they are frying an egg They can ... - Read More

New Approach to Testing Health, Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles

is the focus of a newly funded multi institutional partnership that includes Haynes’ team It is the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology funded by the National Science Foundation Division of Chemistry through the Centers for Chemical ... - Read More

Population Boom Poses Interconnected Challenges of Energy, Food, Water

we have to move the technology from the bench to the real world so that solutions see the light of day which the industry speakers in the session can address Regulatory policies have to keep ... - Read More

Hydrogen from methane without CO2 emissions?

The production of hydrogen from methane without carbon dioxide emissions is the objective of a project in which KIT is a major partner At KALLA the Karlsruhe Liquid metal Laboratory researchers are setting up a ... - Read More

Global Leaders of $3.5 Trillion Enterprise Gathering for Two Days of Talks

are gathering here today to consider a formula for ensuring the future success of the scientists whose work touches 96 percent of all the world’s manufactured goods The special symposium titled “Vision 2025 How to ... - Read More

Understanding Climate Science: A Scientist's Responsibility to Communicate with the Public

With global climate change and the prospect of another record hot summer on the minds of millions of people experts have gathered here today to encourage scientists to take a more active role in communicating ... - Read More

Special American Chemical Society Live Broadcasts on Cooking, Weight Loss and More

Opportunity for $35 Million Global Grand ChallengeEloise Young Ph D and Kirk Andrews Turn your green chemistry ideas into financial rewards Join the Global Grand Challenge to turn carbon emissions into a valuable resource  The ... - Read More

Communicating the science of the '6x°C egg'

Why does the 65 degree egg and its 6X°C counterparts continue to entice chefs and diners at chic restaurants when the science underpinning that supposed recipe for perfection in boiling an egg is flawed Share ... - Read More

Communicating the Science of the '6x deg.C Egg' -- and Much More

does not matter “The idea that cooking time does not matter is nonsense ” Vega said citing research he did and published in the peer reviewed journal Food Biophysics that debunked the idea It carefully ... - Read More

American Chemical Society Announces First Presidential Climate Science Challenge Grants

The American Chemical Society ACS today announced awarding the first grants in a new initiative intended to increase understanding of the science underpinning global climate change among thousands of people around the country Bassam Z ... - Read More

First Tests of Old Patent Medicine Remedies From a Museum Collection

What was in Dr F G Johnson’s French Female Pills and other scientifically untested elixirs nostrums and other quack cures that were the only medicines available to sick people during the 18th 19th and early ... - Read More

Biological transistor enables computing within living cells

When Charles Babbage prototyped the first computing machine in the 19th century he imagined using mechanical gears and latches to control information ENIAC the first modern computer developed in the 1940s used vacuum tubes and ... - Read More
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