204, 2018
  • ChemMonthly March 2018

#ChemMonthly March 2018: A graphene-based hair dye, lithium-air batteries, and water’s two liquid states

April 2nd, 2018|

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Here’s the monthly summary of chemistry stories that have hit the news. This month features news on a longer lasting lithium-air battery, an experiment that provides evidence that water may have two liquid states, and more! Larger summary images for each item are provided below, along with links to articles and studies for all the featured stories.

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303, 2018
  • 003 ChemMonthly February 2018

#ChemMonthly February 2018: New antibiotics, stealth bunnies, and antidepressant effectiveness

March 3rd, 2018|

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Here’s the monthly summary of chemistry stories that have hit the news. This month features news on a new family of antibiotics, a ‘stealth cloak’ for rabbits, the efficacy of antidepressants, and more! Larger summary images for each item are provided below, along with links to articles and studies for all the featured stories.

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102, 2018
  • 002 ChemMonthly January 2018

#ChemMonthly January 2018: Redefining the mole, 3D-printed reactors, and a nicotine-halting enzyme

February 1st, 2018|

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Here’s the monthly summary of chemistry stories that have hit the news. This month features news on a proposed new definition for the mole, an enzyme which can halt the psychoactive effects of nicotine, and more! Larger summary images for each item are provided below, along with links to articles and studies for all the featured stories.

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3012, 2017
  • The Year in Chemistry – 2017

The Year in Chemistry – 2017’s biggest chemistry stories

December 30th, 2017|

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As we head into 2018, it’s time to take a look back at some of the biggest chemistry news stories over the past year. This year’s chemistry news featured poisonous frogs, battery fires, element creation, and more!

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2812, 2017
  • 001 ChemMonthly Dec 2017

#ChemMonthly Dec 2017 – Self-healing glass, a Huntington’s drug, and the world’s tightest knot

December 28th, 2017|

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Here’s the monthly summary of chemistry stories that have hit the news. This month features news on a self-repairing polymer glass that could mean an end to cracked phone screens, a Guinness world record for the tightest knot ever, and more! Links to articles and studies for all the featured stories are provided below.

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