Swimming corkscrew robots fitted with cargo-carrying crystals.
- 10 July 2019
Bioorthogonal chemistry, already a workhorse of drug discovery research, prepares for the leap into human testing.
- 08 July 2019
Artificial fiber extracts more uranium from seawater, and does it more quickly, than rival materials.
- 03 July 2019
(R)-limonene gives polymer a right-handed twist so it can serve as a chiral scaffold for a metal catalyst.
- 20 June 2019
Chemists redeploy reductase enzyme to form lactam rings.
- 16 June 2019
Aligning the spin states of oxygen intermediates overcomes a bottleneck in electrolysis.
- 10 July 2019
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