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Ants care for wounded comrades by licking their wounds
Ants care for wounded comrades by licking their woundsMatabele ants often lose limbs in battles with termites, and their nestmates not only carry the injured ants home, they lick their wounds as if to clean them. Read more: http://ow.ly/5otr30ioo…
- 64 days ago, 20 Feb 18, 6:38am -
Expedition to uncover hidden life in mystery Antarctic realm
Expedition to uncover hidden life in mystery Antarctic realmAn international team are setting off to study a mysterious area of the ocean that has been concealed for thousands of years. Read more: http://ow.ly/zIiQ30injIx.From:New ScientistVie…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 10:40pm -
Primitive human eggs matured in the lab for the first time
Primitive human eggs matured in the lab for the first timeHuman eggs have been matured from their most primitive state to full development in the lab for the first time. The resulting eggs are ready to be fertilised, and, if healthy, could in the…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 5:40am -
A capsized oil tanker is releasing invisible toxins into the sea
A capsized oil tanker is releasing invisible toxins into the seaThe Sanchi was carrying 136000 tonnes of oil condensate, a fuel much more volatile and flammable than crude oil. The spill is the biggest since the Deepwater Horizon oil platform dis…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 2:44am -
We can now read the whole genome of a fetus in the womb
We can now read the whole genome of a fetus in the wombKnowing the ins and outs of our children's genetic secrets before they are born could help reduce the likelihood of many diseases - but could it be misused? https://www.newscientist.com/artic…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 12:28am -
Deadly superbugs are evolving to beat alcohol hand sanitisers
Deadly superbugs are evolving to beat alcohol hand sanitisersSuperbugs have found a way to alter their genes to make it harder to kill them with alcohol-based hand sanitisers. https://www.newscientist.com/article/2160745-deadly-superbugs-are-evol…
- 67 days ago, 17 Feb 18, 5:42pm -

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Immunology wars: Monoclonal antibodies
Immunology wars: Monoclonal antibodiesOur immune systems are at war with cancer. This animation reveals how monoclonal antibodies can act as valuable reinforcements to shore up our defences – and help battle cancer. You can...From:nature vide…
- 65 days ago, 19 Feb 18, 8:49am -
Inside ALS: The neurons behind the disease
Inside ALS: The neurons behind the diseaseAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disorder that mainly affects the nerve cells (neurons), which control muscle movement. As the motor neurons degenerate, they stop...From:nature…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 10:35pm -
Anatomy of a hunt: Speed, strategy and survival
Anatomy of a hunt: Speed, strategy and survivalAs predators chase down their prey on the open savanna it's a race for survival. Lions and cheetahs are some of the most athletic animals on the planet but strength and speed aren't everything....Fr…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 9:45pm -
A mini, magnetic, all-terrain robot
A mini, magnetic, all-terrain robotA tiny robot is making leaps and bounds for small-scale locomotion. This soft robot really can walk the walk, as well as being able to roll, jump and swim. This could help it navigate the surprisin...From:natu…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 9:15pm -
Pictures in the air: 3D printing with light
Pictures in the air: 3D printing with lightA glowing image resembling a futuristic hologram floats in mid-air. This is a 3D volumetric display. Using a tiny particle suspended in laser light, researchers have been able to create high...From:nat…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 1:20pm -
Repairing the eardrum: The sound of self-healing
Repairing the eardrum: The sound of self-healingRuptured eardrums are relatively common. Fortunately, small tears usually heal by themselves. But some large tears need to be repaired by a surgeon. This animation shows how a new tissue...From:na…
- 66 days ago, 18 Feb 18, 10:05am -

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Chemistry World

  • Setting the metallic hydrogen record straight
    Guest post by Andy Extance In 1935, two scientists working at Princeton University in the US made a prediction that chemists and physicists are still striving to make a reality. Writing in the Journal of Chemical Physics, Eugene Wigner and Hillard Be…
    - 3 Aug 16, 9:08am -
  • That’s the Spirit
    Guest post by Rowena Fletcher-Wood Was brandy first created as a tax dodge? During the 15th and 16th century, alcoholic drinks were taxed by volume, since methods for assessing percentage of alcohol were relatively crude. This gave rise to a clever…
    - 19 Jul 16, 11:25am -
  • The Fire Medicine
    Guest post by Rowena Fletcher-Wood How do you create something? A picture, say, a performance, or a piece of writing? You start with an idea, a shadow of the final opus, and you experiment, practice; you throw something down onto the paper and push…
    - 19 May 16, 10:13am -
  • ISACS19 poster prize winner: Aubert Ribaucourt
    Chemistry World was delighted to sponsor a poster prize at ISACS19 (Challenges in organic chemistry), held in Irvine, US, last month. Aubert Ribaucourt, a postgraduate researcher at the University of Oxford, UK, won the prize with his poster enti…
    - 13 Apr 16, 10:10am -
  • I shall wear purple
    Guest post by Rowena Fletcher-Wood When I am an old woman I shall wear purple – Jenny Joseph Colour is a powerful thing. It communicates emotions, beauty and status, unleashes our creativity and draws our attention. Wearing purple may have seemed…
    - 18 Mar 16, 2:24pm -
  • Killer sausages and ditching twitches
    Guest post by Rowena Fletcher-Wood How do you feel about Botox? To some, it’s a routine fix, a gift in the battle for eternal youth, found at the tip of a needle. Others, perhaps understandably, feel rather uncomfortable at the thought of injectin…
    - 17 Mar 16, 1:49pm -
  • Catalytic emoticons
    Another year means only one thing, another chance for some epic chemistry doodles to deface the front of our favourite reading material. So far, the first few months of the year have certainly not disappointed. The Royal Society of Chemistry has made…
    - 16 Mar 16, 3:27pm -
  • Putting your finger in it
    Guest post by Rowena Fletcher-Wood Witches, everybody knows, don’t like to be messed with. Mess with them, and they’ll point their horribly gruelled finger at you and intimate that you will be next. And no time nor place we know of now was worse…
    - 15 Mar 16, 1:31pm -
  • Groundhog day in the lab
    Guest post by Heather Cassell Over the course of your life in the lab you can get to learn many different experimental techniques, and for most people this can be both very interesting and very exciting – the intrigue of novelty. But you can also…
    - 16 Feb 16, 2:46pm -
  • #NamethatElement – Vibranium
    What should we name the new elements? Chris Chapman, Chemistry World‘s comment editor, puts forward the case for his favourite… The news that we have four new elements is, obviously, buttock-clenchingly exciting for chemistry name nerds. The four…
    - 7 Jan 16, 1:36pm -

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