Mechanical Force May Help HIV Invade Cells
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, 10 hours ago
Cell Biology: T-cell receptors involved in the first step of HIV infection are sensitive to mechanical force in the lab
Natural Gas Not Climate Savior
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 20, 2014
Global Warming: Trio of studies points to need for low-carbon energy
Department Of Defense Plans For Adaptation In Light Of Climate Change
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 20, 2014
Shifting environmental factors will affect the way military action is delivered
Ethylene Planned For North Dakota
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 20, 2014
Investment: The oil-rich region looks to participate in the country's chemical boom
Charged Polymers Package Proteins
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 20, 2014
Drug Delivery: Researchers use oppositely charged polypeptides to create a protective sphere around proteins
Reductive Dehalogenase Structures Solved
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 20, 2014
Structural Biology: Enzymes use vitamin B12 in unusual way, could be tools for bioremediation of halogenated pollutants
Microbes Enrich Biogas And Synthesize Valuable Chemical
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 17, 2014
Renewable Energy: Researchers enlist bacteria to turn the carbon dioxide in raw biogas into succinic acid, leaving behind energy-rich methane
Soybeans Treated With Neonicotinoid Pesticides Offer Few Benefits, EPA Says
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 17, 2014
Alternative chemicals, more effective insect controls are available
Cheerios-Fed Fungi Yield Biofilm Blockers
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 16, 2014
Natural Products: Soil fungi dine on breakfast cereal, then construct metabolites that block yeast biofilms
AbbVie Drops Plan To Purchase Shire
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, October 16, 2014
Pharmaceuticals: U.S. company cites change in tax regulations for shift
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