After a positive reception for the first ‘This Week in Chemistry’ post last weekend, here’s a brief overview of what’s been going on in the world of chemistry this week, including cyanide clouds on Saturn’s moon Titan, the world’s smallest microphone, and how caffeine could help the development of drugs to aid Parkinson’s Disease. Links to articles and studies on each of the featured stories are given below for further detail.
Links to Featured Stories
Mechanism for caffeine’s effect on Parkinson’s: [Study]
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