Nov 24 2016 Researchers have revealed new atomic scale details about pesky deposits that can stop or slow chemical reactions vital to fuel production and other processes This disruption to reactions is known as deactivation ... - Read More
and as Goethe wrote ultimately what holds the world and its compounds together in its inmost form ” The research is further discussed in a paper published in and featured on the cover of the ... - Read More
Nov 21 2016 Ten Rutgers professors have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS an honor conferred on 381 other experts in the U S and abroad The fellows ... - Read More
widely used bioactive compounds that include many antibiotics Mass spectrometry allows researchers to identify the chemical structure of a substance by separating its ions according to their mass and charge By running mass spectrometry data ... - Read More
Lidong Qin Ph D Professor of Nanomedicine Institute for Academic MedicineFull Member Research InstituteHouston MethodistWeill Cornell Medical College Dr Qin received his Ph D in Chemistry from Northwestern University Evanston Illinois and completed a postdoctoral ... - Read More
Nov 18 2016 An international team of 38 scientists including Rutgers’ Sonia Tikoo has shown how large asteroid impacts deform rocks and possibly create habitats for early life on Earth and elsewhere Around 65 million ... - Read More
Nov 17 2016 Freezing and reanimating your body is still science fiction but cryopreserving cells and certain tissues for future use is a reality Still the process could use some improvements to make it more ... - Read More
between two glass panes When the window is off the liquid crystals scatter light making the glass opaque The silicon layer absorbs the light and provides the low power needed to align the crystals so ... - Read More
Nov 17 2016 DALLAS Nov 16 2016 – Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center report the most detailed 3 D structure to date of the brain receptor that binds and responds to the chemical at ... - Read More
are essential to nuclear medicine In an effort to return to a stable mass isotopes known as radioisotopes emit radiation that can damage diseased tissue and can be traced in certain environments making them useful ... - Read More
EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE UNTIL 11 A M EST MONDAY NOVEMBER 14 2016 PITTSBURGH Nov 14 2016 – A multidisciplinary international team of scientists solved the mystery of a recently discovered type of controlled cell death ... - Read More
The Endocrine Society expressed disappointment today in the European Commission's revised proposal on defining and identifying endocrine disrupting chemicals EDCs citing unnecessarily narrow criteria for identifying EDCs that will make it nearly impossible for scientists ... - Read More
massive worldwide volcanic eruptions that created incredibly high volumes of lava and triggered environmental catastrophes and mass extinctions from 170 to 90 million years ago Heading the new research is Esteban Gazel an assistant professor ... - Read More
Oct 14 2016 The Blavatnik Family Foundation and the New York Academy of Sciences today announced the three winners and six finalists of the 2016 Blavatnik Regional Awards The winners include an ecologist who has ... - Read More
Tomoyasu Mani former Goldhaber Fellow at the U S Department of Energy’s DOE Brookhaven National Laboratory and now an assistant professor in the University of Connecticut’s Department of Chemistry has received the 2016 Blavatnik Regional ... - Read More
New research by scientists from the University of Chicago demonstrates that the mammalian enzyme ALKBH1 can remove molecular modifications from transfer RNA causing a measurable effect on protein translation in the cell The study published ... - Read More
Indiana University researchers have reported the first definitive evidence for a new molecular structure with potential applications to the safe storage of nuclear waste and reduction of chemicals that contaminate water and trigger large fish ... - Read More
shows certain standards of aesthetic excellence The artist invested more in his work than we had given him credit for Such collaborations spark scientific innovation as well Well conserved art objects allow researchers to look ... - Read More
In a new twist to waste to fuel technology scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed an electrochemical process that uses tiny spikes of carbon and copper to turn carbon ... - Read More
Glow in the dark stickers weird deep sea fish LED lightbulbs all have forms of luminescence In other words instead of just reflecting light they make their own Now a team of scientists from the ... - Read More
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