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December 17, 2012

Ancient Pigment Forms Nanoscale Sheets

Nanoscience: Sheets of “Egyptian blue” emit near-infrared light and so could find use as in medical imaging or in counterfeit-proof printing
By Melissae Fellet
December 17, 2012

Labs Could Contaminate Rivers With Antibiotic Resistance Genes

Environment: Researchers find evidence of antibiotic resistance genes used in molecular biology experiments in Chinese rivers
December 14, 2012

Fighting Soot In The Air

Clean Air: Industry claims that environment agency, by tightening the rules for fine-particle pollution, could harm job creation
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December 13, 2012

Graphene And Nanowires Team Up In Solar Cells

Nanoelectronics: A simple way to grow nanowire arrays on graphene could give cheap, bendable solar cells
December 12, 2012

Capturing Cancer Cells With Rough Surfaces

Cell Sorting: Etched glass slides could help researchers fish out cancer cells from blood samples
December 11, 2012

ACS Board Actions For 2013: Board Of Directors Approves 2013 Budget, Reelects Carroll As Board Chair

December 11, 2012

Finding Dioxins In The Japanese Tsunami’s Aftermath

Disaster Cleanup: Researchers hope their simple, quick technique for detecting dioxins will protect workers
December 11, 2012

Improving Chemistry Graduate Education

Education: ACS commission calls for major changes in programs, funding nationwide
December 10, 2012

Fluorescence Spectroscopy Spots Fracking Contaminants In Water

Environment: Researchers use 3-D technique to analyze water released during methane extraction

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