ATS Labs Expands to Offer Full Analytical Chemistry Testing Services December 7, 2013
ATS Labs, a leading provider of microbiology and virology efficacy testing services to the regulated antimicrobial industry, today announces the launch of its new analytical chemistry testing services.
Scientists: Coal Is Better, Cheaper For Making Graphene Quantum Dots December 7, 2013
A team of scientists from Rice University has found a way to use coal as a source of graphene quantum dots , tiny fluorescent particles that could be used in medical imaging and photovoltaic applications - according to a new report in Nature Communications .
'Reengineering Chemistry' report unveiled December 6, 2013
Mumbai, Dec 6 : Tata Strategic Management Group, the largest Indian-owned management consulting firm, on Friday presented the report on 'Reengineering Chemistry for better tomorrow'as the knowledge and strategy partner for the Industrial Green Chemistry World 2013.
Pew! Pew! Curiosity fires off 100,000th laser shot on Mars December 6, 2013
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity fires its mast-mounted ChemCam laser at a rock target in this artist's illustration.
Three-dimensional view helps laser in building new molecules December 6, 2013
In many ways, traditional chemical synthesis is similar to cooking. To alter the final product, you can change the ingredients or their ratio, change the method of mixing ingredients, or change the temperature or pressure of the environment of the ingredients.
Chemists map molecular process of cataracts December 6, 2013
A team of chemists from the US and Germany has mapped a molecular mechanism that underpins the formation of cataracts - the world's leading cause of blindness, affecting nearly 20 million people.The scientists hope their groundbreaking discovery will lead to treatments that could help prevent the condition.
How brain cancer cells hide from drugs December 6, 2013
Researchers from UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCC) have discovered a biological mechanism that allows brain tumor cells to escape from the drugs designed to target them, resulting in drug resistance. The study was published in the December 5, 2013 online issue of Science.Glioblastoma is the most common and deadliest form of brain cancer.
Researchers pinpoint superbug's resistance protein December 3, 2013
Researchers have identified a resistance protein that allows bacteria to survive chlorhexidine, a disinfectant commonly used in wipes, cleansers and mouthwashes in hospitals.
Scientists describe new proteins linked to cancer December 3, 2013
A newly defined family of proteins has been analyzed by researchers, who say its control over another class of proteins involved in cell division - CAAX proteins - could have major implications for cancer research. Results of their findings were recently published in the journal Nature.
The presence of male roundworms may shorten females' lifespan December 2, 2013
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered that males of the laboratory roundworm secrete signaling molecules that significantly shorten the lifespan of the opposite sex.
New Report on China Engineering Adhesive Industry December 6, 2013
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "China Engineering Adhesive Industry Report 2013" report to their offering. Engineering adhesive is a sort of product with high...
Hydrogen Bonds Visualized September 29, 2013
Microscopy: AFM reveals details of intermolecular interactions
Saint-Gobain Seals Group Develops Rulon E2 Exhaust Gas Recirculation Sealing Solution December 6, 2013
Saint-Gobain Seals Group develops a new generation, exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) sealing solution, Rulon® E2, for the latest and future European engine emission control standards (Euro 6...
Automotive Parts 3D Printed Using Low-Cost Titanium Powders December 6, 2013
For the first time, low-cost titanium powders, developed by Metalysis, have been used to 3D print automotive parts. To date, the 3D printing ‘revolution’ has focused on the use of...
Printed Electronics Get Mechanical October 14, 2013
Electronics: Microelectromechanical devices printed with metal nanoparticles could replace silicon switches in sensors and other electronics