Chemistry

Chemistry (news.northeastern.edu):
Electrochemistry discovery could help advance early cancer detection and the production of sustainable chemicals, researcher finds

Chemistry (today.uconn.edu):
Researchers have discovered a sustainable method to recover chitin, one of the world's most abundant materials, from seafood waste. This chitin can be repurposed for various applications, including food packaging, fertilizers, and cosmetics

Chemistry (linkinghub.elsevier.com):
Structure, dynamics, and functional properties of hybrid alginate-pectin gels dually crosslinked by Ca2+ and Zn2+ ions designed as a delivery device for self-emulsifying systems for lipophilic phytotherapeutics

Chemistry (acs.org):
Artificial ‘power plants’ harness energy from wind and rain

Chemistry (news.mit.edu):
A simple technique that uses small amounts of energy could boost the efficiency of some key chemical processing reactions, by up to a factor of 100,000, MIT. These reactions are at the heart of petrochemical processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and other industrial chemical processes.

Chemistry (cam.ac.uk):
Researchers have developed a sensor made from ‘frozen smoke’ that uses artificial intelligence techniques to detect formaldehyde in real time at concentrations as low as eight parts per billion, far beyond the sensitivity of most indoor air quality sensors.

Chemistry (onlinelibrary.wiley.com):
Novel "red carbon" cathodes prepared using tin chloride solvents demonstrate excellent performance in nitrate removal

Chemistry (journals.plos.org):
Fibroblast-induced mammary epithelial branching depends on fibroblast contractility

Chemistry (news.utdallas.edu):
Rapid test for detecting Fentanyl: researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind, handheld electrochemical sensor that can accurately detect (98% accuracy) fentanyl in urine within seconds

Chemistry (news.northeastern.edu):
New ALS study finds protein-cross linking could stop the mechanism that destroys nerve cells.