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Gesine Veits constructs a lead paint test September 8, 2016
A more accurate sensor for lead paint
News From the Field
group A Strep M protein September 5, 2016
Biochemists' discovery could lead to vaccine against 'flesh-eating' bacteria
News From the Field
Shannon Stahl September 1, 2016
Chemistry method expedites path to useful molecules for medicine
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macrophages (green), Candida albicans (blue) August 11, 2016
Disrupting mitochondrial function could improve treatment of fungal infections
News From the Field
Li Chen (left) and Michael Wong August 8, 2016
Rice University chemical engineers explore market for pure levoglucosan
News From the Field
screen shot of protein folding July 21, 2016
Accurate design of large icosahedral protein nanocages pushes bioengineering boundaries
News From the Field
Purnendu July 19, 2016
New technique uses electrical conductivity to measure blood in dry blood spot analysis
News From the Field
gold crystal nanoparticles July 6, 2016
Setting the gold standard
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chemistry graphic July 6, 2016
Chemical trail on Titan may be key to prebiotic conditions
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Hemma Mistry (left) and Beatriz Roldan Cuenya July 4, 2016
From climate killer to fuels and polymers
News From the Field
Alexey Shvets (left) and Anatoly Kolomeisky June 23, 2016
Proteins put up with the roar of the crowd
News From the Field
stacks of four molecular bases June 20, 2016
Tailored DNA shifts electrons into the 'fast lane'
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a dividing Chlorobaculum tepidum June 20, 2016
Controlling light: new protection for photosynthetic organisms
News From the Field
model of the icosahedral nano-cage June 20, 2016
Self-assembling icosahedral protein designed
News From the Field
a vial of the original nanosubmersibles June 13, 2016
Rice University's nanosubs gain better fluorescent properties for tracking
News From the Field
chemistry graphic June 8, 2016
Drug candidate shrinks tumor when delivered by plant virus nanoparticle
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 an image of penicillium fungus June 7, 2016
A new approach to chemical synthesis
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University of Delaware professors June 2, 2016
Highly tuned catalytic controls
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surface used to test nanocars June 1, 2016
Nanocars taken for a rough ride
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students in the Freshman Research Initiative June 1, 2016
Hands-on science courses shown to boost graduation rates and STEM retention
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Rice University researchers May 20, 2016
Nanotubes are beacons in cancer-imaging technique
News From the Field
Herschel Rabitz (left) and researchers May 16, 2016
Theorists smooth the way to modeling quantum friction
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a model of the new catalyst May 11, 2016
Chemists find 'huge shortcut' for organic synthesis using C-H bonds
News From the Field
initial stages of DNA transcription May 11, 2016
Researchers unveil new, detailed images of DNA transcription
News From the Field
Isabell Thomann and graduate students May 4, 2016
Molybdenum disulfide holds promise for light absorption
News From the Field
Nicholas Hud holds uracil and barbituric acid April 25, 2016
Missing links brewed in primordial puddles?
News From the Field
Gloved hands hold vial containing thick oil sludge April 18, 2016
Oil spill cleanups: Finding the right chemistry
Science Nation
Mircea Dinca April 14, 2016
Materials research earns chemistry professor 40th annual Alan T. Waterman Award
Press Release
the River Thames in central London April 11, 2016
Fertilizer's legacy: Taking a toll on land and water
News From the Field
a sea slug feeding on Vaucheria litorea April 11, 2016
Sea slug brain chemistry reveals a lot about human memory, learning
Science Nation
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