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A tiny circular racetrack for light can rapidly detect single molecules

Judith Su, University of Arizona The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea My Little Sensor Lab at the University of...

Designing batteries for easier recycling could avert a looming e-waste crisis

Zheng Chen, University of California San Diego and Darren H. S. Tan, University of California San Diego As concern mounts over the impacts of climate...

Nobel prize: two women share chemistry prize for the first time...

Kalpana Surendranath, University of Westminster Emmanuelle Charpentier, director at the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology in Germany, and Jennifer Doudna, professor of biochemistry at...

Clever chemistry turns ordinary bricks into electricity storage devices

Julio M. D'Arcy, Washington University in St Louis The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea In my synthetic chemistry lab,...

How does a baby ‘breathe’ while inside its mom?

Julie Pollock, University of Richmond “Mothering” is synonymous with “nurturing,” probably because moms start providing for their kids even before they’re born. A fetus relies...

How does a baby ‘breathe’ while inside its mom?

Julie Pollock, University of Richmond “Mothering” is synonymous with “nurturing,” probably because moms start providing for their kids even before they’re born. A fetus relies...

Blue dye from red beets – chemists devise a new pigment...

Erick Leite Bastos, Universidade de São Paulo What’s your favorite color? If you answered blue, you’re in good company. Blue outranks all other color preferences...

What makes wine dry? It’s easy to taste, but much harder...

Aude Watrelot, Iowa State University When you take a sip of wine at a family meal or celebration, what do you notice? First, you probably note...

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