#ChemMonthly January 2019: Mimicking fugu flavour, graphene water pipes, and new nanotubes

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Here’s the monthly summary of chemistry stories that have hit the news. This month features news on a new type of 3D printer, a new form of nanotubes based on benzene, and more! Larger summary images for each item are provided below, along with links to articles and studies for all the featured stories.

Note: links to studies behind a journal paywall are indicated with (£). Studies without this symbol are open access and can be accessed and read for free. Asterisked studies are free but require logging in to read. 

Chemical brew mimics fugu flavour:

[Article] [Study (£)]

Graphene water pipes a single water molecule wide: [Article] [Study (£)]

3D printer projects images to print objects: [Article] [Study]

Thermochromic paper can be erased by freezing: [Article] [Study (£)]

Sunscreen ingredient affects coral metabolism: [Article] [Study (£)]

Device captures chemotherapy drug to prevent side effects: [Article] [Study]

Linked benzene rings create new carbon nanotube: [Article] [Study (£)]

Lightning-inspired ammonia synthesis without catalyst: [Article] [Study]

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