Researchers blocked from financial dealings in U.S., but sanctions may have little impact
A forensic science project
You can't carry everything you need from Earth, so researchers made 3-D–printed shapes with mocked-up Mars dust
Lisa Klein, from the materials science and engineering department at Rutgers University, commented on the March for Science at an April 21 talk to the chemistry department at Lehman College in the Bronx.
Chemists will navigate molecular wagons along a tiny golden track
Industry players swear pot’s many chemicals work in concert, but most scientists hear a THC solo
Starting in the next century, atmospheric carbon levels could begin to approach those of hundreds of millions of years ago, and have their warming effect augmented by a brighter sun.
The mushroom cloud from the 22,000-pound air-blast bomb was meant to send a clear message
A tension-filled science activity
Efforts to harness the power of toxic chemicals and deadly organisms have been at the core of chemical and biological attacks throughout history. This package chronicles such incidents before and after Syria's recent alleged chemical weapon attack on civilians outside Damascus
Scientists have created hollow molecules to trap toxic gases such as sarin
New measurements revise the limits of quantum fuzziness
Astronomer Caleb Scharf weighs what ever more exoplanets mean in the search for extraterrestrial life.
Scientists have created a thin composite film that gives lithium–sulfur cells exceptional durability
Soil-living animal is one of the rare creatures that use this potent poison
Mice that lost weight and then gained back more than they lost maintained an obesity-type microbiome that affected biochemicals involved in either burning or adding fat--suggesting interventions.
Sulfur emissions cause acid rain but a chemical reaction can remove almost all of the substance
“Smart drugs” are not clinically proven and could be dangerous
If anything's alive on the ice-covered ocean world of Europa, a future NASA mission hopes to find it.
What appears to be accepted science in the courtroom may not be accepted science among scientists.