Chemistry - Medicine - Oct 15
Chemistry - Medicine
15 October 2018 Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, and modifying amino acids chemically allows scientists to develop new molecules that can provide the starting point for developing new medical treatments such as antibiotics. Scientists in the University of Bristol's School of Chemistry have now invented a new way to modify amino acids by attaching a ring of carbon atoms at the very centre of the amino acid molecule.
Chemistry - Life Sciences - Oct 15
Chemistry - Life Sciences

15 October 2018 A tissue-like material capable of synchronised beating when heated and cooled has been developed by a team of University of Bristol chemists.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - Oct 10

A 2016 study 1 showed that exposure to urban pollution involving magnetite particles played a role in the development of Alzheimer's disease.

Chemistry - Oct 11

Taking a page from green plants, new polymer "grows" through a chemical reaction with carbon dioxide.

Chemistry - Physics - Oct 9
Chemistry - Physics

Fabrication technique could be integrated into manufacturing to make large-scale membranes. MIT engineers have found a way to directly "pinprick" microscopic holes into graphene as the material is grown in the lab.

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