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Chemistry World
March 7, 2013
James Urquhart
Recycling electronics with dimethyl sulfoxide Chinese researchers have developed a simple and environmentally friendly method to salvage the materials found in waste printed circuits boards using the solvent dimethyl sulfoxide. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 7, 2013
Paul Illing
Is lead linked to violence? Recent articles are part of a spate of media interest in claims that a relationship exists between tetraethyl lead in petrol and violent crime. But is it true? mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
February 1, 2013
Ben Comer
Drugged Driving NHTSA is working on a structured, standardized protocol for assessing the driving-impairment risks of drugs. mark for My Articles 199 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 1, 2013
Ian Farrell
Fireproof coatings made from DNA Researchers have used DNA, extracted from herring sperm, to fireproof samples of cotton, and have found its performance to be on a par with commercially manufactured materials. The flame retardant industry is big business, but many of the chemicals used are hazardous to the environment. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Registered Rep.
March 1, 2013
Megan Leonhardt
Blotter: March 2013 Mark Kolta sued Chase Investment Services, his former employer... A former employee of deceased Friendswood investment advisor Joel David Salinas ran a concurrent Ponzi scheme... mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2013
Paul Wallich
Putting the Meter Under the Microscope How a smart-meter kit changed my energy habits mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 28, 2013
Andrew Turley
Does chemical regulation boost innovation? According to a report from the Center for International Environmental Law, a US environmental group, tougher chemical regulation has sparked the continuous invention of safer chemicals. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 26, 2013
Holly Sheahan
Capturing the potential of carbon dioxide A team of researchers from the University of Bath have opened up the idea of using carbon dioxide as a useful potential feedstock; a useful chemical resource rather than a troublesome waste product. mark for My Articles 604 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 25, 2013
REbecca Trager
Endocrine disrupting chemicals under fire Common synthetic chemicals suspected of disrupting the hormone system could be responsible for serious health problems, warns a report released by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Environmental Program. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 20, 2013
Amy Middleton-Gear
Ohmic heating for efficient green synthesis Portuguese scientists have developed a new ohmic-heating reactor for organic syntheses on water, or chemistry using an aqueous suspension of the reactants. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
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