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December 17, 2012
Assessment framework enables chemists to spot chemicals with endocrine-disrupting activity early in the design process
By Stephen K. Ritter
October 23, 2012

Winemaking Waste Could Become Biofuel Starter

Biofuels: Grape pomace tested as feedstock for ethanol production
October 1, 2012

Teaching Green

Initiative encourages faster uptake of green chemistry and toxicology in the undergraduate curriculum
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September 24, 2012

Chemical Makers Grapple With Sustainability

Industry struggles to implement a profitable business model in a world of limited resources and increasing environmental risk
September 24, 2012

Chemists Crank Up Heat On Microwaves

No longer a lab curiosity, microwave-assisted reactions are making headway in pharma and nanomaterials labs
September 17, 2012

A Summer Of Start-Ups For Biobased Chemicals

The first batch of a growing list of manufacturing facilities producing chemicals from sugar is coming on-line
September 7, 2012

Pinning Down A Cobalt-Catalyzed Hydrogen Evolution Mechanism

Water Splitting: Study detects and characterizes elusive reaction intermediate
September 3, 2012

Extracting Uranium From Seawater

ACS Meeting News: Massive marine supply of metal drives researchers to design selective, durable sorbents
September 3, 2012

Pesticides Trend All-Natural

ACS Meeting News: Chemists discuss the growing role of natural products in developing new pesticides

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