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3D-printed live bacteria creates world’s first “living tattoo”

Things are alive at MIT these days, even tattoos! Recently, it was a team over at the university that was experimenting with genetically modified...

Artificial intelligence can predict chemical reactions

Researchers at IBM have applied artificial intelligence to predict organic chemical reactions. Predicting what will happen when chemicals are mixed or treated in certain...

Luminescent nanoparticles provide better fingerprints

A new fingerprinting technique provides sharper images of otherwise invisible prints. The method uses long-lived luminescent nanoparticles to offers better resolution than standard fingerprinting...
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WATCH: Pesticide-Coated Seeds May Affect Birds’ Migration Patterns

Pesticides are essential for eliminating crop-killing insects, but they can affect hungry birds. While harmless to most animals, new findings suggest neonicotinoid pesticides may...

Phone Addiction Could Effect Your Brain Chemistry

A new study suggests that being hooked on the internet and smartphones could harm a teen's brain chemistry. he imbalance is reversible in several weeks...

Quantum Computers Solve Problems Regular Computers Can’t

The classical computer can't predict what will happen in that little world of 50 interacting atoms. But scientists have solved this problem. Two laboratories, one...

The chemical industry must plan better for severe weather

In light of the impact of Tropical Storm Harvey on an Arkema chemical plant and the greater Houston area, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board...

Chemists synthesize a new catalyst for oil and gas processing

A team of scientists have created a new catalyst, a substance that activates oxidation processes in low-reactive components of oil and gas. The new...

Breakthrough discovery in diagnostic tools that can replace commonly used and fragile antibodies

Experts from the Biotechnology Group at the University of Leicester in collaboration with the spin-off company MIP Diagnostics Ltd have announced the development of...

First-ever US experiments at new X-ray facility may lead to better explosive modeling

or the first time in the U.S., time-resolved small-angle x-ray scattering (TRSAXS) is used to observe ultra-fast carbon clustering and graphite and nanodiamond production...