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Life’s building blocks might have formed on the surfaces of air bubbles in water-filled volcanic rocks, according to new study
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.
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.
Superpaints. Bendable light. Cure for Hepatitis C. ACS celebrates heroic advancements in health, tech, the environment, and our food supply.
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.
Blood plasma in the world's largest lizard appears to resist deadly infections.
Chemists turn to animal, vegetable, and mineral sources for catalytic materials.
What was once garbage could one day produce electricity or be turned into industrial-grade ethanol.
Hallucinogenic drugs that had their heyday in the 1960s gain legitimacy for hard-to-treat psychological conditions.
Researchers in the Netherlands have created a microbial battery that can cycle and store energy captured from the sun.
With a bit of CRISPR gene editing, the roots of dandelion plants could grow quickly and be hardy enough for industry crop.