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Robotic arm probes chemistry of 3-D objects by mass spectrometry

When life on Earth was first getting started, simple molecules bonded together into the precursors of modern genetic material. A catalyst would have been...

Finding Could Lead to Faster Use of Crime Scene Evidence

Clarkson University research could give police an additional tool to use in more quickly identifying possible suspects from biological samples left at the scene...

Sherlock Holmes would be pleased: New forensic technique for analysing lipstick...

A study by forensic scientists at the University of Kent has established a new way of identifying which brand of lipstick someone was wearing...

Transparent solar film could go on windows, cell phones

Nearly doubling the efficiency of a breakthrough photovoltaic cell they created last year, UCLA researchers have developed a two-layer, see-through solar film that could...

Recycled thermal cash register receipts spread BPA to other paper products

The latest episode in the American Chemical Society's (ACS) award-winning "Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions" podcast series discusses the discovery of bisphenol A (BPA) in 94 percent of thermal cash register receipts ...

When worms stick together and swim on thin water, what happens...

Nematodes, microscopic worms, are making engineers look twice at their ability to exhibit the "Cheerios effect" when they move in a collective motion. These parasites will actually stick together like Cheerios swimming in milk in a cereal bowl...

Stanford researcher uses living cells to create ‘biotic’ video games

Video game designers are always striving to make games more lifelike, but they'll have a hard time topping what Stanford researcher Ingmar Riedel-Kruse is up to. He's introducing life itself into games. Riedel-Kruse and his lab group have deve...

Researcher uses living cells to create ‘biotic’ video games

Video game designers are always striving to make games more lifelike, but they'll have a hard time topping what Stanford researcher Ingmar ...

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