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Cooking up life’s ingredients, all in one pot

Cooking up life’s ingredients, all in one pot

Beth Mole | 7 months ago

An interconnected series of chemical reactions with a few primordial chemicals can cook up all the necessary elements of life Read more

Cut-ups create soft spots for chemistry

Cut-ups create soft spots for chemistry

Peter Weiss | 7 months ago

Networks of fabricated, squishy vesicles as tiny as red blood cells and connected by thin tubules may one day serve as microscopic chemical laboratories, sensors, and even chemical computers. Read more

Interstellar chemical resembles building blocks of life

Interstellar chemical resembles building blocks of life

Beth Mole | 7 months ago

A molecule detected in the space between stars resembles amino acids, suggesting those building blocks of life share a similar origin. Read more

Building big molecules bottom-up

Building big molecules bottom-up

Rachel Ehrenberg | 7 months ago

Using templates, chemists make ring structures on the scale of biological machinery. Read more

Carbon Goes Glam: Treated carbon dots fluoresce

Carbon Goes Glam: Treated carbon dots fluoresce

Aimee Cunningham | 7 months ago

Chemists have fashioned tiny dots of carbon that glow in response to light. Read more

Tiny molecules walk the track

Tiny molecules walk the track

Laura Sanders | 7 months ago

Researchers design synthetic “walking” molecules that may one day haul cargo in artificial micromachines. Read more

New microscope gives clear view inside cells

New microscope gives clear view inside cells

Meghan Rosen | 7 months ago

By splitting beams of light, a new microscopy technique can capture activity inside a cell. Read more

One Downside to Sushi

One Downside to Sushi

Janet Raloff | 7 months ago

Uncooked fish can host detectable concentrations of potentially toxic chemicals — pollutants that cooking can make disappear, Read more

Breakdown: How Three Chemists Took the Prize

Breakdown: How Three Chemists Took the Prize

Alexandra Goho | 7 months ago

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to three scientists for their discovery of how cells mark proteins for destruction with a molecular tag called ubiquitin, otherwise known as the kiss of death. Read more


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