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New US asbestos rule criticised as outright ban on the carcinogen ditched

New US asbestos rule criticised as outright ban on the carcinogen ditched

chemistryworld.com     4+ hour, 10+ min ago

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is under fire for a new policy that, rather than banning asbestos outright, requires that manufacturers notify the agency and seek its ...

Pilot malaria vaccination programme begins in Malawi

Pilot malaria vaccination programme begins in Malawi

chemistryworld.com     4+ hour, 19+ min ago

One of the first recipients of the malaria vaccine receives it on 23 April at Mitundu community hospital in Malawi The first routine immunisations using GlaxoSmithKline's RTS,S ma...

Pilot malaria vaccination program begins in Malawi

Pilot malaria vaccination program begins in Malawi

chemistryworld.com     4+ hour, 32+ min ago

One of the first recipients of the malaria vaccine receives it on 23 April at Mitundu community hospital in Malawi The first routine immunisations using GlaxoSmithKline's RTS,S ma...

Death of the author

Death of the author

chemistryworld.com     4+ hour, 50+ min ago

April heralded the publication of the first machine-generated book in chemistry. Published by Springer, written by Beta Writer, and unsullied by human hand, it's a summary of resea...

Not lost in translation

Not lost in translation

chemistryworld.com     9+ hour, 22+ min ago

Like many other scientists, James Bleach has moved abroad to work. In the early 2000s he headed to Kyoto, Japan where he worked as an astrophysicist at the Yukawa Institute. `It wa...

Design of experiments

Design of experiments

chemistryworld.com     1+ day ago

Statistical analysis can accelerate development, reduce costs and increase manufacturing quality Julia O'Neill, founder and principal of Direxa Consulting Julia O'Neill has over ...

Using a DoE mindset for successful experimentation

Using a DoE mindset for successful experimentation

chemistryworld.com     1+ day ago

We're delighted to be joined by Pilar Gomez-Jimenez, principal scientist at Johnson Matthey, as our special guest for this webinar. Are you interested in learning how to apply Des...

Japanese professor could face prison after teaching students to make MDMA

Japanese professor could face prison after teaching students to make MDMA

chemistryworld.com     1+ day ago

A professor of pharmaceutical sciences in Japan could face drugs charges after admitting he instructed students and postdoctoral researchers in his lab to make the illegal drugs MD...

Chemistry conferences look to become more family-friendly

Chemistry conferences look to become more family-friendly

chemistryworld.com     1+ day ago

By providing free day care and dedicated family spaces, chemistry conferences like the recent American Chemical Society (ACS) national meeting in Orlando, US, are doing their bit t...

New Zealand university tops global impact ranking

New Zealand university tops global impact ranking

chemistryworld.com     2+ day ago

University of Auckland leads list of 450 institutions supporting health, equality and other UN sustainable development goals New Zealand's University of Auckland in has taken firs...

Management by numbers

Management by numbers

chemistryworld.com     2+ day ago

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Ten periodic tables you really should know about

Ten periodic tables you really should know about

chemistryworld.com     3+ day ago

It would be impossible to count all the times it has been reimagined and recreated over the years. But what better time than the International Year of the Periodic Table (IYPT) to ...

How do you scrap a nuclear submarine?

How do you scrap a nuclear submarine?

chemistryworld.com     3+ day ago

The UK defence department has not scrapped any of its 20 defunct nuclear submarines in more than three decades, according to a recent public spending report. Storing the vessels ha...

Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men

Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men

chemistryworld.com     6+ day ago

Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men 2018...

Starch

Starch

chemistryworld.com     6+ day ago

Strontium isotope map re-examination casts doubt on bronze age migration theories Genetically engineered yeast brews up heady mix of natural and unnatural cannabinoids Registrati...

Neonicotinoid exposure could be harming mammals

Neonicotinoid exposure could be harming mammals

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

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Fears for Brazilian science amid federal funding freeze

Fears for Brazilian science amid federal funding freeze

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

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Journal impact factors wrongly used to evaluate research

Journal impact factors wrongly used to evaluate research

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

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How Danish children discovered 10 new species of bacteria

How Danish children discovered 10 new species of bacteria

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

As autumn descended on the forests of Denmark last year, so did thousands of Danish schoolchildren. Foraging in woods, parks and even school playgrounds, almost 25,000 children col...

Helium hydride ion detected in space for the first time

Helium hydride ion detected in space for the first time

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

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Brexit delay welcomed by leading UK chemists

Brexit delay welcomed by leading UK chemists

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

Researchers across the UK have breathed a collective sigh of relief following the government's decision to avoid crashing out of the EU on April 12. The EU agreed a Brexit delay of...

New optical sensors can easily detect heavy water

New optical sensors can easily detect heavy water

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

The new sensors are organic chromophores that can detect the subtle difference in pH between water and deuterium oxide Researchers have developed a new way to distinguish water fr...

Radical route produces non-natural polymers inside cells

Radical route produces non-natural polymers inside cells

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

Strategy could enable scientists to manipulate, track and control cellular behaviour by generating macromolecules within cells UK researchers have made non-natural polymers inside...

Throw-away culture

Throw-away culture

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

In fine chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing, single-use (disposable) systems are rapidly becoming more popular with both small and large companies as an alternative to stainl...

Bangor University confirms chemistry department closure

Bangor University confirms chemistry department closure

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

Move to save university more than -L-1.4 million over three years dispenses with only chemistry degree that can be partly taken in Welsh Bangor University in the UK has announced ...

Designer lipids stop water freezing at sub-zero temperatures

Designer lipids stop water freezing at sub-zero temperatures

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

By trapping water inside synthetic lipid membranes, scientists in Switzerland have been able to prevent it turning into ice, even at temperatures as low as -263DEGC. The researcher...

Fullerene cage stabilises first yttrium   yttrium single bond

Fullerene cage stabilises first yttrium yttrium single bond

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

Theory had predicted a direct single bond between two yttrium centres but researchers had struggled to realise it experimentally. Now, scientists in China have become the first to ...

Making a meme of it

Making a meme of it

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

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Lithium   ion battery book written by machine learning algorithm

Lithium ion battery book written by machine learning algorithm

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

A book written entirely by machine-learning algorithms has been published by Springer Nature. It discusses current research in lithium-ion batteries and is pulled from more than 15...

Transcription controlled by non-natural DNA modifications

Transcription controlled by non-natural DNA modifications

chemistryworld.com     1+ week ago

Fast-forward just over a year, and the group has now developed an artificial chemical switch capable of switching transcription on and off again, via reactions in the major groove ...


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