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Captured on high-speed camera, droplets of urine exit a rat’s body over the course of about a second in this clip.
July 28, 2014
 
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By Lauren K. Wolf
To demonstrate the "law of urination," researchers in Hu’s lab shot this video, in which a large milk carton represents a large animal’s bladder and a small cup represents a small animal’s bladder. The large carton has a long tube (a proxy for a long urethra) exiting its bottom, and the small cup has a short exit tube. When the researchers release the liquid from each container, the fluid takes the same amount of time to exit each container, just as urine takes the same amount of time to leave an 11-lb cat and an 18,000-lb elephant.
 
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By Lauren K. Wolf
What can you do with a chemistry degree? Chemistry undergraduates share their career aspirations.
July 28, 2014
 
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By Susan J. Ainsworth
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NOBCChE President Judson Haynes (from left), climate scientist Warren Washington, and NOBCChE Executive Board member Bobby Wilson pose for a picture after Washington received the 2013 Percy L. Julian Award. The award honors the first African American to lead a research group at a major corporation.
 
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This is a photo of space person figurines made from additive manufacturing.
September 30, 2013
 
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By Alexander H. Tullo
Latest Audio/Podcasts
Snake Talk
October 31, 2011
 
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By Lauren K. Wolf
Stateside Strengths
October 30, 2011
 
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By Carmen Drahl
On Target
October 30, 2011
 
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By Carmen Drahl
A CHIRAL TWIST
August 18, 2011
 
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By Laura Cassiday