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Quantum Tunnelling Could Aid Life’s Chemistry in the Coldest Places

Quantum Tunnelling Could Aid Life’s Chemistry in the Coldest Places | Chemical Research | Scoop.it
Chemical reactions once thought to be 'impossible' in the incredible coldness of space can actually occur thanks to a phenomenon called ‘quantum tunnelling.’ This also could mean that biochemical reactions occur in places once considered too frigid...

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University Of valencia, Oxford Researchers Say Cup Color Influence Hot Chocolate Taste, Aroma To People

University Of valencia, Oxford Researchers Say Cup Color Influence Hot Chocolate Taste, Aroma To People | Chemical Research | Scoop.it
University of Valencia Polytechnic and Oxford have found that chocolate tastes better in a glass of orange or cream in a white or red

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worldofchemicals's curator insight, August 28, 2013 7:16 AM

Taste of hot chocolate is influenced by colour of the cup.

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Uppsala university Researchers Discovered Compound Which Clean Up Dangerous Chemical, Oil spills

Uppsala university Researchers Discovered Compound Which Clean Up Dangerous Chemical, Oil spills | Chemical Research | Scoop.it
A new material created by Uppsala University can control moisture produced in electronic processes and could even help to clean up dangerous chemical and oil spills

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University Colorado Boulder Researchers Developed New Technique To Split Water Into Hydrogen Oxygen Using Sunlight

University Colorado Boulder Researchers Developed New Technique To Split Water Into Hydrogen Oxygen Using Sunlight | Chemical Research | Scoop.it
New technique to produce hydrogen gas from water developed by researchers at University of Colorado Boulder

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worldofchemicals's curator insight, August 29, 2013 6:03 AM

An artist’s conception of a commercial hydrogen production plant that uses sunlight to split water in order to produce clean hydrogen fuel.

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Bio-Tec Patents Environmentally Friendly Plastic Method - Environmental Leader

Bio-Tec Patents Environmentally Friendly Plastic Method - Environmental Leader | Chemical Research | Scoop.it
Bio-Tec Patents Environmentally Friendly Plastic Method Environmental Leader EcoPure additives increase the rate of biodegradation of treated plastics and are designed for use in polyolefins, polystyrene, nylon, polycarbonate, PET and most common...

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Blue Green Algae Produce Fuel From Sunlight University California Chemist Discovered

Blue Green Algae Produce Fuel From Sunlight University California Chemist Discovered | Chemical Research | Scoop.it
University of California Chemists Discovered that Blue Green Algae can produce 2,3 butanediol a chemical that can be used to make paint, solvents, plastics and fuels

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worldofchemicals's curator insight, August 28, 2013 7:22 AM

Cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, can be engineered to make raw materials for fuels and chemicals from sunlight.

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Nanoparticles Kills Cancer Cells | Nanotechnology Future Cancer Treatment Technique

Nanoparticles Kills Cancer Cells | Nanotechnology Future Cancer Treatment Technique | Chemical Research | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Georgia developing a new treatment technique that uses nanoparticles to reprogramme immune cells so they are able to recognize and attack cancer

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worldofchemicals's curator insight, August 29, 2013 5:58 AM

Shanta Dhar, Assistant Professor, University of Georgia.