Researchers have successfully induced a hibernation-like state in non-hibernating rodents, suggesting the possibility of synthetic hibernation for humans.
Research sheds new light on our hope of finding intelligent life across the galaxy.
X-ray fingerprints of novel photocathode materials: A new route for theory and experiment to join hands
X‐ray absorption spectroscopy represents a valuable characterization tool for complex materials like multialkali antimonides.
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?
New evidence suggests that an exoplanet discovered in 2015 has interior conditions that could support the existence of life.
The lifespan of C. elegans, an organism that responds to cellular stress in a similar way to humans, can be extended by activating a mechanism initiated by glial cells in the brain.
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.
Studying the links between cilia and signaling pathways sheds light on our understanding of nervous system development.
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.