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Materials

A biobased aerogel for radiative cooling

A newly designed aerogel made of gelatin and DNA is highly reflective and environmentally friendly


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Green Chemistry

Most solvent waste from US academic labs ends up in the air

C&EN’s analysis found that while burning is the most common management method, the federal rules on reporting and tracking hazardous waste leave the details hazy


How Groningen’s labs are going green

One university’s efforts to make science more sustainable

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Consumer Safety

How researchers found arsenic and lead in tampons

Don’t panic: Scientists are unsure whether the findings indicate a health risk


Most solvent waste from US academic labs ends up in the air

C&EN’s analysis found that while burning is the most common management method, the federal rules on reporting and tracking hazardous waste leave the details hazy