Chemists develop a new technique for observing chemical processes during battery operation.
Computational methods allow researchers to delve deeper into molecular processes, beyond what can easily be achieved with current experimental techniques.
Artificial enzymes promise to not only help us understand the complex functioning of enzymes, but will create a new generation of biosystems for sustainable chemistry practices.
UNIGE researchers have succeeded in tying molecules together, thereby modifying their intrinsic mechanical properties
AI is being leveraged to provide machines with the capacity to match or even outperform humans in many endeavors. So what does this mean for the synthetic chemist?
Researchers develop a composite membrane for long-lasting zinc-based flow batteries.
Researchers create new “superglue” with two simple ingredients: plant-based cellulose nanocrystals and water.
A new route to peptides containing cysteine sulfinic acid.
A new nanoreactor integrates multiple catalysts to carry out multiple reactions in the same pot, streamlining the production of fine chemicals—including urgently needed medicines.
A new class of polymers to clean up mercury pollution that can be produced sustainably on a large scale from elemental sulfur and renewable plant oils.
Researchers at UC San Diego bring lithium metal batteries one step closer to commercialization with their new ultrasound device.
Electrocatalysts can help to obtain chemicals from renewable raw materials or to use alternative energy sources. But testing new catalysts brings challenges.