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Forensic Science

How new science is extinguishing the subjectivity in fire scene investigations

Scientists seek to strengthen analytical tests and data interpretation for suspected arson cases

Careers

Career Ladder: Luis Martínez

This synthetic chemist is now teaching students to create companies rather than molecules

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Biochemistry

Methods pinpoint copper binding sites in enzyme from methane-munching bacteria

Two studies suggest methane monooxygenase has two sites that each bind one copper ion


Podcast: How new science is extinguishing the subjectivity in fire scene investigations

Scientists seek to strengthen analytical tests and data interpretation for suspected arson cases

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Persistent Pollutants

3M admits to unlawful release of PFAS in Alabama

US EPA barred company from discharging two substances to water


Chemical makers sign up for sustainability-linked loans

Companies are set to save on loan payments if they hit environmental targets

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Electronic Materials

Laser-made graphene enables simple, low-cost nanogenerator

Flexible, stretchable devices could be embedded in clothes and shoes to convert movement into electric power


Magnet doubles hydrogen yield from splitting water

Aligning the spin states of oxygen intermediates overcomes a bottleneck in electrolysis