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How Chemistry Is Turning Science Fiction Into Fact

How Chemistry Is Turning Science Fiction Into Fact | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
It is quite conceivable that three decades from today, you might work in a building that generates its own power. You might get there in a car that drives itself, parks itself, and even fuels itself
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Scientists cook up new electronic material

Scientists cook up new electronic material | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —Scientists from SLAC, Stanford and Berkeley Lab grew sheets of an exotic material in a single atomic layer and measured its electronic structure for the first time.
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Student replaces cola with acid, college pal drinks it - Mumbai Mirror -

Student replaces cola with acid, college pal drinks it - Mumbai Mirror - | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
Bid to catch ‘thief’ who stole his soft drink daily lands victim in ICU; police register FIR.
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Molasses disaster in Boston’s North End in 1919 showed the lethal power of thick substances - The Boston Globe

Molasses disaster in Boston’s North End in 1919 showed the lethal power of thick substances - The Boston Globe | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
Shortly after noon on Jan. 15, 1919, Boston’s North End was shaken by the bursting of a giant iron tank atop the Purity Distilling Co. on Commercial Street.
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Who needs oil? World's largest solar power plant with 258,000 mirrors opens in Abu Dhabi

Who needs oil? World's largest solar power plant with 258,000 mirrors opens in Abu Dhabi | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
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Polyurethane Might be the Key to Next-Gen Body Armor

Polyurethane Might be the Key to Next-Gen Body Armor | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
A cool new development in bullet stopping tech happening at Rice University.  This from the school’s web site: A Rice University lab, in collaboration with researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and its Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies,...
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What makes things acid: The pH scale | Lab Rat, Scientific American Blog Network

What makes things acid: The pH scale | Lab Rat, Scientific American Blog Network | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
I remember learning about acids and bases (or acids and alkalis) fairly early on at school. Acids were sharp vinegary substances like lemon juice, while alkalis were ...
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PLOS ONE: The Bacterial Nanorecorder: Engineering E. coli to Function as a Chemical Recording Device

PLOS ONE: The Bacterial Nanorecorder: Engineering E. coli to Function as a Chemical Recording Device | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.
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How Chemistry Is Turning Science Fiction Into Fact

How Chemistry Is Turning Science Fiction Into Fact | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
It is quite conceivable that three decades from today, you might work in a building that generates its own power. You might get there in a car that drives itself, parks itself, and even fuels itself
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British fighter jets fly with 3D printed parts for first time

British fighter jets fly with 3D printed parts for first time | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
The UK's Royal Air Force is now using a number of 3D printed parts in its Tornado fighter jets, with several of the aircraft recently completing their first test flight with the new parts.
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ToxMystery - Learning about Chemical Hazards for Grades K-6 - Método de aprendizaje de los peligros químicos para los grados K a 6

ToxMystery, an interactive game developed by the National Library of Medicine for educating children about potential chemical hazards around the home -- ToxMystery, un juego interactivo creado por la Biblioteca Nacional de Medicina para enseñar a ...
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Will we ever… understand quantum theory?

Will we ever… understand quantum theory? | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
If the baffling behaviour of subatomic particles leaves you scratching your head with confusion, don’t worry. Physicists don’t really comprehend it either.
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Pepsi maximising supply of bio-based chemicals and polymers

Pepsi maximising supply of bio-based chemicals and polymers | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
11th February 2013 Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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Alkalinity and the body. How Alkaline Water can change your life!

Discover the amazing health benefits to drinking alkaline water. Find out how Ionized water can make a huge difference in your life. Natures most beneficial ...
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Video: Throwing and catching an inverted pendulum – with quadrocopters | Robohub

Video: Throwing and catching an inverted pendulum – with quadrocopters | Robohub | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
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Reconciling with Rare Earths in Malaysia

Reconciling with Rare Earths in Malaysia | Chemical & Engineering | Scoop.it
Guest article by Bernadetta Devi “Rare Earths” are a group of 17 elements that are currently used in a wide array of modern technologies, ranging from hard disk drives to lamp phosphors to hybrid car batteries.
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