Chemistry News Articles

News about chemistry, matter, gases, fuels, green chemistry, nanotechnology...

27 April 2019

A system to produce a hydrogel around grafted cells can revolutionise wound repair...

30 March 2019

New study yields insight into the structure of a peculiar class of sub-atomic particles known as pentaquarks.

01 March 2019

An injection of nanoparticles to the retina allows mice to see infrared light.

22 February 2019

Using the randomness of sprayed microparticles to prevent forgery

02 February 2019

A new approach to contraception, this time for men, is being developed by researchers in China...

02 February 2019

New techniques make carbon capture 24% better...

17 January 2019

Desalination plants are pumping out 50% more toxic brine waste than previously thought...

11 January 2019

Rare pigments found clinging to the teeth of a 1000 year old skeleton are enabling scientists to paint a colourful...

27 September 2018

How much sun is too much? Scientists have made a wristband sensor that will tell us just that...

07 September 2018

The sun is a free and plentiful energy source which could be used to produce clean fuel. New research moves us closer...

29 July 2018

A biodegradable "plastic" wrapping made from crab shells and plant waste has been developed by scientists in...

28 July 2018

Using the power of tiny magnets, a team at Stanford have captured cancer cells circulating in the blood

20 July 2018

A robot powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) is helping chemists to discover new molecules and chemical reactions...

01 June 2018

Hair dye created by discarded blackcurrant skins will soon hit the market thanks to researchers at the University of...

23 November 2017

New hair-thin brain probe could revolutionise how we record brain activity

03 August 2017

The new method aims to strip the harmful plastic byproduct from our water supplies.

20 July 2017

Modern-day chemical engineers have built better batteries equipped with molecular pulleys...

07 April 2017

With photosynthesis levels rising, could plants be the key to combating climate change?

12 January 2017

At ten thousand times smaller than a human hair, chemists in Manchester, England, have tied the world's tiniest...

04 November 2016

Three square metres of Arctic sea ice are lost for every ton of carbon dioxide emitted by anyone on our planet, a new...

03 November 2016

Plants that use nanoparticles to pick up the presence of pollution, or even explosives, have been engineered by...

07 October 2016

How cells recycle their waste, the mechanics of superconductivity and the crafting of nano-scale motors were...