Physics - Chemistry - Jul 6
Physics - Chemistry
Research explains how a unicellular marine organism generates light as a response to mechanical stimulation, lighting up breaking waves at night. Our findings show how elegant decision-making can be on a single-cell level Maziyar Jalaal Every few years, a bloom of microscopic organisms called dinoflagellates transforms the coasts around the world by endowing breaking waves with an eerie blue glow.
Chemistry - Materials Science - May 29
Chemistry - Materials Science

Researchers have created a fast-charging battery prototype that uses sodium instead of lithium, potentially leading to more sustainable batteries.

Chemistry - Pharmacology - May 14
Chemistry - Pharmacology

University of Sussex researchers have joined an international team of volunteer chemists aiming to deliver a drug candidate effective against COVID-19.

Chemistry - Life Sciences - May 11
Chemistry - Life Sciences

Extensive archaeological evidence shows that Early Iron Age agricultural communities settled in the coastal regions of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa from around AD 400.

Chemistry - May 21

A faster, more efficient way of recycling plant-based “bioplastics” has been developed by a team of scientists at the Universities of Birmingham and Bath. The team has shown how their chemical recycling method not only speeds up the process, it can also be converted into a new product - a biodegradable solvent - which can be sold for use in a wide variety of industries including cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - May 14

Research reveals the extent of grey seals' maternal sacrifice. Atlantic grey seals, the largest of the two seal species found around British, northern European and North American and Canadian shores, make a huge maternal sacrifice for their pups, new research has revealed.

Materials Science - Chemistry - Apr 29

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can provide an effective way of supporting the development of the next generation of high-performance rechargeable batteries, according to research led by the University of Birmingham.

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