To make chemical processing more sustainable, chemists turn to animal, vegetable, and mineral sources for catalytic materials
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Prototype products emerge, but scale-up challenges persist
Scientists genetically engineered mice to secrete human nerve growth factor in their saliva, a first step toward using critter spit to crank out drugs
A new nanoparticle-based fertilizer delivers plant nutrients efficiently and reduces the harm of agricultural runoff
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Groundbreaking studies on carbon nanostructures earned her the title “Queen of Carbon Science”
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A statement from the University of Bristol details how a graduate student unintentionally made about 40g of triacetone triperoxide (TATP) and what lessons can be learned from the incident.
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