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ChemLin Chemistry News Archive 2004


16-Dec-2004

Rapid progress reported in emerging field of molecular electronics

 

NYU chemists create DNA translation machine

 

LCD as a molecular magnifying glass [NWO]

 

 


15-Dec-2004

Desires for fatty foods and alcohol share a chemical trigger

 

Scientists 'PAD' their way to new metal-oxide film technology

 

INEEL-designed system assists army with chemical weapon destruction

 

 


14-Dec-2004

Researchers control chemical reactions one molecule at a time

 

The secret life of acid dust

 

New microscope boost for UK nanotechnology research

 

 


13-Dec-2004

O Christmas tree: Your bark may fight arthritis

 

Glass gives up secrets under pressure [Argonne National Laboratory]

 

Method removes MTBE from water  [WUSTL]

 

Researchers use pentacene to develop next-generation solar power  [Georgia Institute of Technology]

 

 


12-Dec-2004

Selective coatings create biological sensors from carbon nanotubes

 

 


10-Dec-2004

A deep sea hydrocarbon factory

 

 


09-Dec-2004

Nanotubes glow, even within biological cells

 

Scientists Find Atomic Clues to Tougher Ceramics [Berkeley Lab]

 

 


08-Dec-2004

Software tool finds 'needles' in data 'haystacks'

 

Scientists uncover clues to the mystery of 'gene deserts'

 

 


07-Dec-2004

Molecular Chains Line Up to Form Protopolymer [Penn State]

 

Protein 'key' could aid search for cancer drugs

 

Less Fat Makes Better Process For Designing New Drugs [Ohio State]

 

 


06-Dec-2004

9,000-year history of Chinese fermented beverages confirmed

 

 


03-Dec-2004

Quantum memory for light [Max-Planck-Society]

 

Carnegie Mellon scientist develops way to deliver promising genetic tool into living cells

 

 


01-Dec-2004

Northeastern researcher finds missing atmospheric carbon dioxide [Northeastern University]

 

 


29-Nov-2004

Molecular pattern dance observed - choreography revealed

 

 


26-Nov-2004

A new species of amyloid peptide

 

FIZ CHEMIE Berlin Improves Database Infotherm for the Planning of Chemical Plants

 

FIZ CHEMIE Berlin Announces New Database POLYRESIST - Chemical Resistances of Plastics

 

 


25-Nov-2004

Emory chemists create unprecedented metallic molecule

 

 


24-Nov-2004

New project takes measure of plastic electronics

 

Young Stars Poised for Production of Rocky Planets [ESO]

 

 


22-Nov-2004

Scientists discover air is heavier than we thought

 

'Self-cleaning' suits may be in your future

 

Heart responds to fasting by remodeling vital energy-producing components

 

Computer Simulation Shows How Fibrils – Proteins That Cluster in Diseases – Form [North Carolina State University]

 

Acid-resistant bug doesn't give in to alcohol either  [Washington University]

 

 


19-Nov-2004

Scientists explore atomic mysteries of ancient pigment

 

New protein structure may aid in design of therapeutics for autoimmune disease

 

Down Syndrome protein reduces tumor growth

 

 


18-Nov-2004

Livermore scientists shape crystals with biomolecules

 

 


16-Nov-2004

UO's molecular 'claws' trap arsenic atoms
Discovery could eventually lead to improved treatments for arsenic poisoning

 

Chemist breaks old barrier to better electron representationin molecular computations

 

Compound in apples may help fight Alzheimer's disease

 

Europeans join forces for Catalysis and Sustainable Chemistry [NWO]

 

Multipurpose Nanocables Invented [UC Davis News]

 

Australia's potential to fuel Asia's growing steel market [CSIRO]

 

 


15-Nov-2004

Strong, Yet Gentle, Acid Uncovered [UCR News]
New Acid Has Potential to Help With a Variety of Processes

 

 


11-Nov-2004

Experiment confirms existence of new electronic state in superconductors

 

Nature-of-Water Question Makes Another Splash [Berkeley Lab]

 

Nanocrystals Show a Quick Route to Change [Berkeley Lab]

 

 


10-Nov-2004

Designing an ultrasensitive 'optical nose' for chemicals

 

Gold nano anchors put nanowires in their place

 

Old Riverbed Keeps Chemicals From Entering Ohio River [Ohio SU]

 

 


07-nov-2004

UCSD Chemists Use Tiny 'Chaperones' To Direct Molecules And Nanoparticles In Drop Of Liquid [UCSD]

 

 


06-nov-2004

Pesticide Disposal Goes Green [Science News]

 

 


04-nov-2004

Researchers Find Color Sensitive Atomic Switch in Bacteria [UTHSC]

 

Researchers discover transport molecule that allows boron into cells [The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center]

 

 


01-nov-2004

Carving New Frontiers for Ion-Beam Technology - An Imprinter that Combines Electron and Ion Beams Opens the Way for Wider Applications [Berkeley Lab]

 

Chemistry jobs outlook dim for fourth year in row [ACS News]

 

 


28-oct-2004

UCLA chemists report new nano flash welding

 

 


22-oct-2004

Newly discovered protein suggests novel tumorigenic pathway

 

New method studies living bacteria cells
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have found a new way to study individual living bacteria cells and analyze their chemistry [Argonne]

 

 


21-oct-2004

Innovative ideas for a continuously optimized product
The new Makrolon® multi UV IQ-Relax sheets baffle against heat and insulate at the same time

 

Strong-flavored onions show promise for fighting cancer

 

Discovery of two-dimensional fabric denotes dawn of new materials era [University of Manchester]

 

 


20-oct-2004

The 'green' side of pumpkins — purging pollution from contaminated soils

 

 


18-oct-2004

Experts debate benefits, dangers of chlorine in C&EN point-counterpoint

 

Launch of the Online Journal of Nanotechnology at AZoNano.com

 

A Nanowire with a Surprise
New research may advance the nanoelectronics field [BNL Laboratory News]

 

 


12-oct-2004

Sealing corneal incisions with a drop of chemistry, BU researchers develop gel for cataract surgery

 

 


11-oct-2004

Wiley-VCH forms publishing partnership with Chinese Academy of Sciences

 

 


08-oct-2004

Emory chemists develop bacteria that may help decaffeinate coffee

 

 


06-oct-2004

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2004
for the discovery of ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation

 

 


04-oct-2004

The 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
to Richard Axel and Linda B. Buck for their discoveries of "odorant receptors and the organization of the olfactory system"

 

 


03-oct-2004

Commandeering cellular machinery: recognition mechanism to detect small molecules

 

 


02-oct-2004

Buckyballs at Bat: Toxic nanomaterials get a tune-up [Science News]

 

 


01-oct-2004

Studying the chemistry of drugs in wastewater

 

 


30-sep-2004

EMBO Gold Medal 2004 goes to Spanish scientist

 

Control of molecular switches increased by tailored intermolecular interactions

 

 


24-sep-2004

Researchers create nanotubes that change colors, form 'nanocarpet' and kill bacteria

 

Rice finds 'on-off switch' for buckyball toxicity

 

Spun from bone - PNNL-USC team discovers how protein in teeth controls bone-like crystals to form steely enamel

 

New sequence involved in DNA replication timing may aid in cancer detection

 

 


22-sep-2004

Bullish chemical could repel yellow fever mosquitoes [Indiana University]

 

 


18-sep-2004

Synthesis and Characterization of Biotinylated Forms of Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 [ACS Article]

 

 


17-sep-2004

Resveratrol synthase uncovered: Cyclization specificity of type III polyketide synthases

 

 


16-sep-2004

The science of shrinkage: Nano guitars and clocks [USA Today]

 

 


15-sep-2004

Using a carbon nanotube, Cornell researchers make an oscillator so small it might weigh a single atom [Cornell News]

 

Green, leafy spinach may soon power more than Popeye’s biceps [MIT]

 

 


14-sep-2004

Chemical Sensor Could Enable New Ways To Monitor Pollutants [Ohio State University]

 

 


13-sep-2004

Research on carbohydrate metabolism receives historical recognition

 

Hydrocarbons in the deep Earth?

 

 


09-sep-2004

Cell's gatekeeper for ammonia revealed in unprecedented detail

 

Israeli scientists reveal the plan of a key cellular machine

 

Bacteria use 'molecular lasso' to cop copper

 

Self-assembling designer molecules that mimic nature could lead to nano-device advances, Cornell researchers report [Cornell News]

 

Nanotechnology leads to discovery of super superconductors [DOE/Los Alamos National Laboratory]

 

 


02-sep-2004

Natural mineral locks up carbon dioxide

Scanning Electron Microscopy image of carbon dioxide sequestered in treated serpentine minerals. Crystals shown here are primarily nesquehonite."

 

Rice refining production of pure nanotube fibers
Pioneering fiber production methods similar to those of Kevlar(R), Zylon(R)

 

 


01-sep-2004

Flame retardants found on supermarket shelves

 

 


31-aug-2004

Molecular motor myosin VI moves 'hand over hand,' researchers say

 

Crystals in nanofocus - Max Planck Scientists strike new paths in nanoanalysis and data storage with infrared light [MPG]

 

 


25-aug-2004

Surface physics technique reveals complex chemical reactions on icy surfaces

 

Study: Some treatment plants effectively remove drugs, hormones from wastewater

 

Riverbank filtration pulls pollutants from drinking water

 

 


22-aug-2004

In gene regulation, small is beautiful

 

New class of compounds promises to revive failing hearts

 

 


19-aug-2004

Chemical engineers discover filtration system to help biotech industry

 

Scientists reinvent DNA as template to produce organic molecules

 

 


18-aug-2004

Researchers show how to assemble building blocks for nanotechnology

 

When is a mouse like a test tube?
Novel chemical reaction offers promise in biology and medicine

 

Sweet success in targeting sugar molecules to cells in living animals

 

NIST, CU scientists report first observation of an 'Atomic Air Force'

 

 


16-aug-2004

ASU researchers demonstrate new technique that improves the power of atomic force micrscopy

 

Chemists at Caltech devise new, simpler way to make carbohydrates [Science Blog]

 

 


12-aug-2004

Common call for action on European Research Council (ERC)

 

 


09-aug-2004

Scientists formulate intelligent glass that blocks heat not light

 

 


07-aug-2004

Lighting the Way for Water: New strategy for steering drops with finesse [Science News]

 

Stacking-Unstacking Dynamics of Oligodeoxynucleotide Trimers [ACS]

 

 


05-aug-2004

Chemistry & Biodiversity:
The Sweet Smell of Success

John Wiley & Sons is pleased to announce the launch of the new chemistry journal, Chemistry & Biodiversity.

 

 


04-aug-2004

Snapshots of the movement of molecules in a billionth of a second

 

 


29-jul-2004

DFG presents the 2004 MAK and BAT value lists
Numerous changes and new entries – cadmium classified as a human carcinogen

 

ASU researchers demonstrate new nanotech effect - moving water molecules by light

 

Firefly compound lights up 'protein dance' in living animals

 

 


28-jul-2004

U of T research answers key question in biochemistry
Characterize intermediates at atomic level

 

A New Advance in Gallium Nitride Nanowires [Berkeley Lab]

 

 


26-jul-2004

New world record magnet for chemical and biomedical research

 

 


21-jul-2004

Nature mimics industry [Dartmouth News]

 

 


17-jul-2004

Nitrogen Power: New crystal packs a lot of punch [Science News]

 

 


13-jul-2004

First medical test on CD gets good results - Fast [Ohio State University]

 

 


08-jul-2004

How worms' noses sense oxygen [Berkeley Lab]

 

 


07-jul-2004

Tuning the Nanoworld - New Methods for Constructing Nanostructures and Calculating Their Electronic States [Berkeley Lab]

 

 


06-jul-2004

Nanoparticles stiff from constant strain [UC Berkeley News]

 

EC boosts European Electron Microscopy Research [Max Planck Society]

 

 


04-jul-2004

3-D structure of anthrax toxin complex solved

 

 


03-jul-2004

Comfortably Numb - Anesthetics are slowly giving up the secrets of how they work [Science News Online]

 

 


02-jul-2004

To Grow, Stars And Planets Need Space Dust ... And Formaldehyde? [Science Daily]

 

 


01-jul-2004

How DNA Repair Machinery is a 'Two-Way Street' [Duke University]

 

 


30-jun-2004

Antioxidant controversy: Scientists seek measurement standards

 

To grow, stars and planets need space dust . . . and formaldehyde? [Ohio State University]

 

 


29-jun-2004

Basic RNA enzyme research promises single-molecule biosensors

Research aimed at teasing apart the workings of RNA enzymes eventually may lead to ways of monitoring fat metabolism and might even assist in the search for signs of life on Mars, according to University of Michigan researcher Nils Walter. His latest work was published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences June 24.

 

 


23-jun-2004

Common chemicals morphing into potential toxins in Arctic

 

 


21-jun-2004

Scientists Discover Two New Interstellar Molecules: Point to Probable Pathways for Chemical Evolution in Space [National Radio Astronomy Observatory]

 

How left-handed amino acids got ahead

 

 


17-jun-2004

Gold-tipped nanocrystals developed by Hebrew University

 

 


16-jun-2004

Largest USDA study of food antioxidants reveals best sources

 

 


11-jun-2004

Studies on electric polarization open potential for tinier devices [Argonne National Laboratory]

 

Pumping energy to nanocrystals from a quantum well [Los Alamos National Laboratory]

 

 


10-jun-2004

Force microscopy resolves atomic details less than 100 picometers apart

Science, the Washington-based scientific news journal reports in its June 10th online edition of Science Express about a breakthrough in the resolving power of microscopy achieved by a team of physicists at Augsburg University

 

 


09-jun-2004

UO researchers learn to precisely control nanoparticle spacing

 

BU chemists debut online resource for researchers seeking to build new bioactive compounds

 

NIH launches first center in Nationwide Chemical Genomics Network

 

 


03-jun-2004

Protein Engineered to Detect Nerve Gas [DukeMedNews]

 

Film found on windows after 9/11 reveals higher level of pollutants

 

 


01-jun-2004

NASA researchers customize 'lab-on-a-chip' technology [NASA News Release]

 

 


29-may-2004

Chemical Knot: Scientists assemble legendary symbol by interlocking molecules [Science News Online]

 

 


27-may-2004

Chemists make molecular interlocked rings

 

 


26-may-2004

Prize Money Announced for the Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge

 

Chemical Heritage Foundation Receives Rare Early Texts Valued in Excess of $10 Million [Chemical Heritage Foundation]

 

 


25-may-2004

Top 50 U.S. Chemical Producers Report [C&EN, ACS]

 

 


24-may-2004

Developing tools for reliable 'gene chip' measurements

 

 


20-may-2004

Narrowing the Interdisciplinary Divide: Mangosee OSC to Empower Researchers, Manufacturers and Suppliers & Promote Efficiency, Communication and Adventure in Organic Semiconductors [PRWeb]

 

 


19-may-2004

A Bit Of Titan On Earth Helps In The Search For Life's Origins [Science Daily]

 

 


17-may-2004

Chemical company earnings jump in 2004 first quarter

 

 


13-may-2004

Labs-on-a-chip to Detect Milk Contamination [The Whitaker Foundation]

 

 


12-may-2004

Protein keeps cold fish from becoming frozen flounder, new study shows
'Hyperactive' antifreeze protein has eluded researchers for more than 30 years.

 

 


11-may-2004

22-amino acid bacterium created by Scripps scientists

 

 


10-may-2004

Chemist's technique enables creation of novel carbon nanoparticles [WUSTL]

 

Botulinum Toxin Structure Offers Clues for Vaccines/Treatments [Brookhaven National Laboratory]

 

 


09-may-2004

Wisconsin chemists find a new chink in TB's armor

 

 


07-may-2004

Golden tongues

 

 


06-may-2004

"Chemistry meets Biology"
Chemical Approaches to the Study of Biology at the EMBL in Heidelberg, Germany [EMBO]

 

 


05-may-2004

Findings redefine mechanism of action of RNA helicase enzymes

 

Sandia polymer electrolyte membrane brings goal of a high temperature PEM fuel cell closer [Sandia News Center]

 

 


04-may-2004

UO patent opens way for green nano
Diborane and benzene can be replaced with safer, faster, cheaper non-toxic process.

 

 


30-apr-2004

Scientists report how protons induce water cages

 

 


29-apr-2004

PTC Therapeutics' researchers identify biochemical pathway important for modulating cell growth

 

 


28-apr-2004

UCLA chemists develop new coating for nanoscale probes

 

A Conveyor Belt for the Nano-Age [Berkeley Lab]

 

 


27-apr-2004

PNNL on fast track for hydrogen fuel reformer [PNNL News]

 

Diagnostic method based on nanoscience could rival PCR

 

Nanogold does not glitter, but its future looks bright
At the nano-level, gold acquires a new shine, a new set of properties and a host of potential new applications.

 

 


20-apr-2004

Moore's lore [ USA Today ]

 

 


19-apr-2004

Aberration-corrected microscopes bring 2020 vision to the nano-world

 

Moore donation wins Californian's book trove [ phillyBurbs ]

 

 


16-apr-2004

Effects of Ocean Fertilization with Iron to Remove Carbon Dioxide from the Atmosphere Reported [ Media Relations  ]

 

Crystallographers Take Note:  A Synchrotron Light Source for Your Home Lab [Lyncean Technologies]

 

 


13-apr-2004

Batch control makes chemical reactions easier to manage [ NWO ]

 

 


12-apr-2004

Experiment harnesses state-of-the-art sequencing technology to detect life on Mars

 

New Molecule Heralds Breakthrough in Electronic Plastics [NSF Press Release]

 

 


09-apr-2004

Ceramics data enters a new phase

 

Glowing microspheres improve fluorescence measurements

 

Self-assembling 'nanotubes' offer promise for future artificial joints [ Pudue News ]

 

 


08-apr-2004

Carnegie Mellon U. develops microgel to recover enzymes for manufacturing, research assays

 

 


06-apr-2004

'Crystal engineering' helps scientists solve 3-D protein structures
Research aids drug design; Sheds light on plague and other diseases.

 

Researchers probe link between nanotechnology and health
Rochester expert warns of toxicity in new wave of science

 

 


05-apr-2004

Stretching the imagination
The amazing properties of 'liquid crystal elastomers'

 

USC awarded $3.5 million to study DNA enzyme
USC scientists to study enzyme that copies genetic information

 

 


04-apr-2004

Water molecules clump more loosely than previously thought

Structure of the First Coordination Shell in Liquid Water

[ Illustration by H. Ogasawara ]

 

 


02-apr-2004

Aerogels: 'Solid Smoke' May Have Many Uses [ UC Davis ]

 

 


01-apr-2004

Creating polymers that act like biomolecules

 

 


31-mar-2004

Molecular midwives hold clues to the origin of life

 

PNNL develops mercury-absorbing pollution solution

 

Best way to clean up toxic plumes? Give 'em a pill

 

 


30-mar-2004

Mars Express confirms methane in the Martian atmosphere [ ESA ]

 

Duke engineers fabricating polymer 'nanobrushes' and other 'smart' molecule-sized structures

 

Frog skin and supercomputers lead Penn chemists to designing better bacteria killers

 

Research explains how to boost efficiency of polymer organic light-emitting diodes

 

How minerals react in the environment depends on particle size

 

Chemists seek light-activated glue for vascular repair

 

Spying on a Cell - New Nanosensors a Body Can Live With [UA News]

 

Making the most of stem cells

 

How DNA Copying Enzyme "Stops the Presses" for Repair Synthesizing Enzyme [ Dukemed news ]

 

 


28-mar-2004

Type of buckyball shown to cause brain damage in fish

 

Composite fibers with carbon nanotubes offer improved mechanical and electrical properties

 

 


24-mar-2004

Titania nanotube hydrogen sensors clean themselves

 

 


23-mar-2004

Study: Carbon dioxide may find new use in producing medical implants [Ohio State University]

 

UCLA chemists report most sophisticated artificial nanomachine yet [Small Times Media]

 

Trio wins American Chemical Society polymer education award

 

Harvard chemist wins national award for lifetime contributions to science, medicine

 

 


20-mar-2004

Iron Power: Eking more juice from batteries [Science News]

 

 


17-mar-2004

Electricity controls nanocrystal shape [Argonne]

 

 


16-mar-2004

Optical glucose sensor holds promise for diabetics and intensive care patients

 

Fish oil supplements may contain flame retardants

 

 


15-mar-2004

King Tut liked red wine
Ancient Egyptians believed in properly equipping a body for the afterlife, and not just through mummification. A new study reveals that King Tutankhamun eased his arduous journey with a stash of red wine.

 

Rice wins $5M nano instrumentation grant from DOD
Research team to develop new optical imaging technology.

 

 


12-mar-2004

Scholar discusses green chemistry and sustainability [TheCabin.net]

 

 


11-mar-2004

Revolutionary chemical instrument receives historical recognition

 

Microbe's trick provides a template for willowy crystals

Polymer fibers extruded by microbes found in an abandoned Wisconsin iron mine serve as templates for the manufacture of microscopic crystals of hairlike proportions. The unusual crystals and how they are made may provide key insight into how nature makes some of its most durable materials, substances such as teeth, bone and shell.

Photo by: courtesy Gelsomina De Stasio

 

Charge doping of molecules one atom at a time

 

Doping Buckyballs With Atoms, One at a Time - Researchers Tune the Electronic Properties of Individual C60 Molecules [DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory].

 

Method produces uniform, self-assembled nanocells

[The peaks on this three-dimensional plot indicate a high concentration of liposomes forming in a microchannel]

 

 


10-mar-2004

Future of nanoscale science will be explored with new Kavli Institute at Cornell University [ Cornell News ]

 

 


08-mar-2004

Watching Genes in Action - Method is First to Show Three Genes at Once in Higher Animals [ University of Utah ]

 

 


03-mar-2004

Ocean's Surface Could Have Big Impact On Air Quality, Study Says
[ Ohio State University ]

 

 


02-mar-2004

Transporter's function provides support for eating vegetables, limiting antibiotics

 

 


01-mar-2004

Improved manufacturing produces better polymer displays
Technical Insights Light Emitting Polymers Analysis.

 

Penn Researchers Introduce a New Nanotube-Laced Gel, Create New Means of Aligning Nanotubes  [ University of Pennsylvania ]

 

 


27-feb-2004

The Fastest Stopwatch in the World [ Max Planck Society ]
German-Austrian research team presents a method of measuring time in the region of a few hundred attoseconds, allowing the observation of atomic processes on this time scale.

 

 


26-feb-2004

Seamless circular 'nanorings' could be nanoscale sensors, resonators & transducers

 

 


25-feb-2004

Marine sponges provide model for nanoscale materials production

 

Purdue chemists 'put the twist' on protein building block [ Purdue News ]

 

 


23-feb-2004

Microbial fuel cell cleans, generates electricity from domestic wastewater

 

 


20-feb-2004

Life In The Universe Takes Orders From Space [ Science Daily ]

 

Meteorite molecules spin sugars [ Nature ]

 

Antireflection coating for solar collectors patented and undergoing practical tests in California

 

 


19-feb-2004

Oxidation processes basis of interdisciplinary research, graduate training

 

Chemists to accept reports from Iran [ The Star-Ledger ]
Trade society, which banned papers for months, challenges embargo.

 

 


18-feb-2004

Chemical turns stem cells into beating heart cells

 

Question about fundamental chemistry of water answered

 

New method for converting nitrogen to ammonia [ Cornell News ]

 

 


17-feb-2004

Chemical that turns mouse stem cells into heart muscles discovered by Scripps researchers

 

 


16-feb-2004

CHF publishes biography of Fritz Haber [ Chemical Heritage Foundation ]

 

 


15-feb-2004

3D fabrication technique uses light-activated molecules to create complex microstructures

 

Study shows how African-American Ph.D. chemists overcame discrimination to build careers

 

 


14-feb-2004

Nobel laureate discusses muse for Lavoisier [ Cornell News ]

 

 


13-feb-2004

Laser method identifies, counts toxic molecules

 

 


11-feb-2004

Scientists create two elements [ Technician ]

 

 


10-feb-2004

Chemistry puts new sparkle in diamonds [ C&EN, ACS ]

 

'Heavy metal' snow on blazing Venus is lead sulfide [ WUSTL News ]

 

 


07-feb-2004

Nitrogen Unbound: New reaction breaks strong chemical link [ Science News ]

 

 


05-feb-2004

Warm water vibrates for longer

 

European chemists unite

 

Seeing how plants split water could provide key to our future energy needs

 

 


03-feb-2004

Oxygen and carbon discovered in exoplanet atmosphere 'blow-off' [ ESA ]

 

Scientists find ozone-destroying molecule

 

 


02-feb-2004

‘Rule-breaking’ molecule could lead to non-metal magnets [ Purdue News ]

 

Livermore scientists team with Russia to discover elements 113 and 115

 

 


30-jan-2004

Protein Data Bank receives $30 million grant

 

New antioxidants are 100 times more effective than vitamin E

 

 


29-jan-2004

Livermore scientists reveal details of reactive states of water-to-air interface

 

Molecular level discovery could play role in development of new antibiotics

 

 


27-jan-2004

Sandia, UNM researchers mimic photosynthetic proteins to manipulate platinum at the nanoscale

 

 


26-jan-2004

Chemical Science

 

New type of nanotube made of gold or silver created at the Weizmann Institute

 

Sweet on sugar substitutes [ SunSpotNet ]

 

 


22-jan-2004

Fish, FRAMES and sticky chemicals net technology award for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

 

 


20-jan-2004

New advance to combat antibiotic-resistant pneumonia and malaria

 

Simple sugars make cell walls like steel

 

 


19-jan-2004

Small Defects Have Large Impact
Max Planck materials scientists discover why ferroelectric materials sometimes lose their useful properties in the nanometer range

 

 


17-jan-2004

Marine Superglue: Mussels get stickiness from iron in seawater [Science News]

 

 


16-jan-2004

Online calculator improves analysis of chemical data

 

 


13-jan-2004

Chemical outlook positive for U.S., Canada, Asia-Pacific; modest for Europe

 

OHSU-led research examines role of copper, iron in diseases

 

New way to defend against new biological agents [Pharma-Lexicon International]

 

 


12-jan-2004

Chemists crack secrets of nature's super glue

 

Purdue chemist 'mussels' in on secrets of natural adhesives

 

 


09-jan-2004

New device can help defend against novel biological agents

 [Photo by Daniel Dubois, Vanderbilt University]

 

 


08-jan-2004

UF study suggests life on Earth sprang from borax minerals

 

 


07-jan-2004

Tiny heaters may pave way for easier tissue engineering, medical sensors

 

Purdue engineers develop quick, inexpensive method to prototype microchips

 

Peregrine falcons may face new environmental threat

 

Feeder-free system for maintaining pluripotency in embryonic stem cells pioneered - Molecule developed from marine mollusk overcomes risks of current methods

 

 


06-jan-2004

Scientists find new way to store hydrogen fuel

 

 


05-jan-2004

MTBE alternatives could pose similar environmental threat

 

Parasite's enzyme structure helps address a public health issue

 

Petrochemical Heritage Award to William A. McMinn, Jr.


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