David Jones obituary
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Scientist and writer who, under his pen name, Daedalus, entertained readers with his ‘impossible’ inventions
Can concrete conquer air pollution?
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Powdered concrete could remove the sulfur dioxide and other pollutants that are spewed into the air when electric-power plants burn fossil fuels, a lab study suggests.
Bosque School celebrates opening of its new science center
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By Kim Burgess / Journal Staff Writer ? $1.75M renovation, redesign adds classroom space at private institution
Study says global warming can?t be undone for 1000
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Global warming 'irreversible' for next 1000 years. As reported by AFP, NOAA (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration) scientists have released a study saying that current levels of global warming will cause irreversible damage, no matter what is done in the future to decrease CO2 and other related emissions.
Asbestos Use Today: information from a
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Asbestos is still imported and used in the U.S. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the U.S. imported and used an estimated 1,820 tons of asbestos in 2007; see this PDF file from the USGS, please click only if you want to download the PDF. Also, the U.S. House of Representatives is considering a bill?
Environmental Consequences: Asbestos and Human
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When microscopic asbestos fibers are inhaled, they lodge themselves in the lining of lungs. This lays the groundwork for the deadly asbestos cancer, mesothelioma. Perhaps it should come as no coincidence then that rates of pleural cancer (mesothelioma) in oil refinery workers are among the highest of any occupation.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars
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Hydrogen fuel cell-powered cars are now in the hands of consumers, with more on the way. These custom-made cars from Chevrolet, Honda and BMW are paving the way for production models of the future.
Science and chemistry propels Amy Rand
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UC chemist Amelia ?Amy? Ann Rand talks about omega-6 fatty acids as enthusiastically and passionately as nutritionists talk about salmon, broccoli and spinach.Science intrigues her, fulfills her, and propels her.Rand, who i
Special issue of Future Medicinal Chemistry explores immunotherapy edit article
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The field of immunotherapy is moving forward at an unprecedented rate and cancer immunotherapy, in particular, has recently come of age!
Despite strains, China and the US are top partners in science- Nikkei Asian Review
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TOKYO -- Despite being at odds on the diplomatic front over how to deal with North Korea, trade and other matters, the U.S. and China are strengthenin
1.9 Atoms and Molecules - Revision Points
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Atoms are the smallest particle of an element which may or may not have independent existence, but it takes part in chemical reactions. ...
1.18 Stochiometry of Reactions in Solutions
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Many reactions are carried out in aqueous solutions. In this case their concentration is important measure. The amounts of the products of...
UK assistant chemistry professor receives $750,000 CAREER Award from U.S. Energy Department - KyForward.com
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Kenneth Graham, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Kentucky, has been selected as a recipient of a CAREER Award from the U.S. Department of Energy. This award supports the development of individual research programs of outstanding scientists early in their careers and stimulates research programs in the disciplines supported by the DOE Office ?
Scientists from the MSU studied new liquid-crystalline photochrom
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Members of the Faculties of Chemistry and Fundamental Physical and Chemical Engineering at the Lomonosov Moscow State University in collaboration with foreign partners have synthesized and studied new liquid-crystal photochromic polymers. The research has been fulfilled within the framework of the project, funded by the Russian Science Foundation.
Teaching Practical Science: Chemistry - Online Course
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Learn how to create effective and engaging practical chemistry lessons with this online CPD for science teachers.