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Magazine articles on chemistry.
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Chemistry World
April 24, 2013
Helen Bache
3D microfluidic liver on a chip Researchers have developed a three-dimensional liver model that can recreate cell signalling within the organ. The liver on a chip could cut tests on animals by providing an accurate artificial model of how the organ responds to new drugs. mark for My Articles 113 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 24, 2013
Rebecca Brodie
DNA, Russian opera and blue suede shoes Duncan Graham is professor of chemistry at the University of Strathclyde, UK. He was recently appointed chair of the editorial board for Analyst, and will take up the role in 2014. His research areas include nucleic acid chemistry and synthetic chemistry for bioanalysis. mark for My Articles 355 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 23, 2013
Andrea Sella
Anschutz's manometer Richard Anschutz, German organic chemist (1852 -- 1937) codified the emerging practice of vacuum distillation. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Chemistry World
April 23, 2013
Laura Howes
Carving graphene snowflakes with gases Beautiful flakes aren't made of ice but are instead etched into a sheet of graphene. A group at the Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular Sciences in China, etched the graphene flakes using a flow of argon and hydrogen gas. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 23, 2013
David Bradley
A sweet switch for an ageing heart Studies revealing how the protein elastin -- found in heart tissue and blood vessels -- responds electrically to glucose could offer new clues to problems that arise as we get older, including loss of elasticity in major blood vessels and arteriosclerosis. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 23, 2013
Derry Jones
A history of the electron: JJ and GP Thomson In the absence of full biographies of father and son, this book by Jaume Navarro, provides a short joint history of the electron and the Thomsons (especially JJ), and their interactions, with an emphasis on emerging science in the 1920s and early 1930s. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 22, 2013
Andrea McGhee
Creating biodegradable electronics using shellac Scientists in Austria, Romania and Turkey have used the natural resin shellac to devise biocompatible organic field-effect transistors, which could help make electronic gadgets biodegradable and allow easier use of OFETs in the body. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 22, 2013
Patrick Walter
RSC takes top UK business award The Royal Society of Chemistry has received the prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise for achieving substantial growth in its overseas scientific publishing business. mark for My Articles 236 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 19, 2013
James Urquhart
Solar boost for gas power stations US researchers are developing a system that could boost the efficiency of gas-fired power plants while reducing their greenhouse emissions. mark for My Articles 480 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 18, 2013
Yuandi Li
Reducing the cost of perovskite solar cells A new way of making semiconducting perovskite-based solar cells could result in photovoltaic devices that are 70% cheaper than current commercial models, say UK scientists. mark for My Articles 641 similar articles
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