A new study describes a semiconductor that is stretchable and degrades completely in acid – which can be used in next-generation electronics.
Mordançage is a photography technique that has been used by artists for decades, but only recently have researchers discovered the chemistry behind the process.
A more secure way to collect biometric data: this nanoparticle-based paper uses your sweat as an “invisible ink” for fingerprints!
Cuttlefish ink looks like a promising new treatment for tumors – with the help of nature’s nanoparticles!
Fundamental research may help us build tiny electronics – let’s return to Chemistry 101 and learn about van der Waals forces!
Can we clean oil spills with a block of wood? Researchers have made an oil sponge out of wood for just this purpose.
More than you might think! Researchers have “hacked” glucose meters to detect enzymes, bacteria, and viruses using a device millions of people already use every day.
What can we learn when anthropology and chemistry join forces? Analytical chemists used proteomics to study the world’s oldest cheese sample discovered in an ancient Egyptian tomb.
Researchers collaborating on the Curiosity Mars Rover mission have discovered organic matter on Mars – a crucial ingredient to life as we know it. Let’s take a deep dive into what they found, how they did it, and what the data really mean.