ACS Student Magazine
Polymer nanoparticles could provide a new way to fight underarm odor without disturbing the balance of skin bacteria or causing irritation.
Researchers have developed a diagnostic test that can detect a molecular signature of cancer and other diseases with a simple readout: it turns urine blue.
Chemists are developing optical sensors that they hope will one day provide a clearer picture of how symptoms relate to changes in brain chemistry. Check out this video to explore the latest!
Odom shares her path to nanoscience and key experiences as an undergraduate.
Some of the most marvelous scientific developments of our time come from a single number: 10-9. On October 9, we celebrate the fascinating promise of nanotechnology!
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.
Eminent Scientist Mostafa El-Sayed to Present at the 254th ACS National Meeting in Washington DC.
New device inspired by Chinese and Japanese paper-cutting art can store energy from body movements.