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October 17, 2018
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Fluorinated coating is utterly repellent.
Fluorinated coating is utterly repellent.
A transparent, self-healing film fends off more than 100 liquids, including concentrated acids and low-surface-tension solvents.
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Who won the 2018 Green Chemistry Challenge Awards?
GREEN CHEMISTRY
Who won the 2018 Green Chemistry Challenge Awards?
The awards program touts the environmental and economic benefits of green chemistry and incentivizes green practices.
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Double aromaticity all the way.
CHEMICAL BONDING
Double aromaticity all the way.
Both π and σ aromaticity have been found in a stable molecule.
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Berkeley Lights raises raises $95 million.
INVESTMENT
Berkeley Lights raises raises $95 million.
The optofluidics start-up is out to make cell therapy easier and more precise by replacing clunky human hands with an automated system that manipulates single cells with light.
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ISQ EM Single Quadrupole MS. Easily mastered.
The new ISQ EM mass spectrometer allows for routine LC-MS analysis with extended mass range, providing more insights from every sample.
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Did you miss out on the T12 symposium?
TALENTED 12
Did you miss out on the Talented 12 symposium?
David Liu joined these superstar young chemists for a special symposium full of science and inspiration at #ACSBoston in August. Now, you can witness their talks whenever you want with our collection of videos from the event.
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Cost-competitive materials that don't sacrifice lifetime and safety could drive the electric vehicle segment ahead.
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What technologies are being used to soak up water from the air?
WATER
What technologies are being used to soak up water from the air?
With many water sources stretched to their limit, scientists and engineers are working on technologies that can soak up water from a largely untapped resource: moisture in the air.
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UNC Wilmington chemists relocate in wake of Hurricane Florence.
EDUCATION
UNC Wilmington chemists relocate in wake of Hurricane Florence.
University of North Carolina, Wilmington's Dobo Hall was flooded with water during Hurricane Florence, forcing the chemistry department to move out.
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Nailed it.
FLUORESCENCE FRIDAY
Nailed it.
Imperial College postdoc Jessica Wade (@Jesswade on Twitter) shows off her nails painted in liquid crystalline polish. If you're on Instagram or Twitter and are excited about fluorescence, join the conversation every Friday by using #FluorescenceFriday.
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PERIODIC GRAPHICS
The chemistry of Venus flytraps.
How does the carnivorous plant lure, catch, and digest its prey? Chemistry, of course.
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