ACS Student Magazine
RNA vaccines produced by Pfizer and BioNTech and Moderna have become the first COVID-19 vaccines approved for emergency use in the US. How are these vaccines made?
Students describe the challenges of online classes, lost opportunities, and more.
Researchers are figuring out just how much damage aristolochic acids cause to global health.
Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning captures the current state of diagnostics for novel coronavirus infection.
Stay up to date on Coronavirus news, scientific information, and resources for students.
Some evidence suggests that growing influenza vaccines inside chicken eggs may make them less effective, but not all experts agree.
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.
Cancer patients may one day never have to worry about permanent tattoos with latest development of glow ink that disappears.
Ever wonder what's in tattoo ink or how the colors stay etched in your skin permanently?
Hallucinogenic drugs that had their heyday in the 1960s gain legitimacy for hard-to-treat psychological conditions.
Researchers have shown that activating a chemo drug once it reaches its target delivers medication to tumors without the side effects.
Thanks to Brandon Chance, Princeton University labs practice a culture of safety.
Doping scandals have led the International Olympic Committee to begin testing athletes for performance enhancing drugs and gene therapy.