The ACS Student Member Magazine
Researchers create a new class of mosquito repellents that are more effective than citronella.
Tougher than Kevlar but lighter than cotton, spider silk is a wonder to scientists looking to engineer arachnid threads.
Creams. Wax. Sugar. Lasers. C&EN gets to the scientific root of depilation
What makes fireworks pop, crackle, whisper and boom? Find out.
Plastic trash continues to accumulate in the environment even with better recycling habits.
Answer the clues in this puzzle for a cute little story about molecular kindness.
Researchers use rabies virus trick to get a Parkinson’s disease treatment through the blood-brain barrier more efficiently.
Ocean acidification is a global phenomenon impacting marine organisms and human communities, yet few people are aware of it. See what NOAA researchers are doing to address this important environmental issue.
Scientists have engineered yeast with a noscapine pathway, opening up possibilities for many new compounds for cancer-fighting drugs.
Researchers have developed a smart coating that is as hard as tooth enamel, can heal itself like skin and potentially kill bacteria.
With the Winter Olympics approaching, snow guns are standing at the ready to blow freeze-dried products into the air.
FDA okays the therapy Luxturna to restore vision in patients with an inherited form of blindness.
White meat or dark meat? Thick gravy or thin? Whatever choices you make for Thanksgiving, it's the chemistry that makes your menu so good.
Give your chemistry knowledge a workout. See if you can solve this crossword puzzle.
New catalyst converts carbon dioxide to two- and three-carbon compounds that could enable carbon-neutral fuels.
New portable allergen-detection system could help prevent trips to the emergency room.
The clever ways chemists design sunscreens to protect us against harmful UV radiation.
Behind the sweet aromas of summer flowers is a very complex biochemical system that will surely surprise you.
Researchers report a “molecular prosthetic” that can move iron to where it’s needed in cells and animals that lack proteins to transport the metal.
Sensory analyses reveal 20th-century brewing practices and chemical changes that occur in beer over long periods of time.
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When rocket chemistry blasted off and came back to Earth
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