A Step Toward Making Painkillers Without Poppies
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, 17 hours ago
Bioengineering: Modified yeast produce morphine and semisynthetic opioids starting from thebaine
Drug Assembly On-Site
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, 17 hours ago
Drug Delivery: Click reaction links small molecules to form larger potential drug inside cells
Japan Proposes Influenza Drug To Treat Ebola
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, 17 hours ago
Pharmaceuticals: Country says Fujifilm's favipiravir is available
Researchers Outline New Strategy For FRET Biosensors
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, 17 hours ago
Biochemistry: The technique overcomes limitations in existing FRET biosensors, possibly expanding the types of molecules that can be detected
Engineers Design Micropatterned Surface To Control Droplet Flow
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, August 27, 2014
Materials: A grooved silicon surface coated with a hydrophobic film directs the motion of water vapor collected from air
Recovering Phosphorus From Animal Manure
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, August 26, 2014
Sustainability: Heating water slurries of the waste could be a low-energy process to recover a finite resource
Targeting Quorum Sensing Could Lead To Evolution-Proof Antibiotics
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, August 25, 2014
Cell study suggests bacteria resistant to quorum-sensing blockers can't gain upper hand
U.S. Shale Gas Heads Overseas
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, August 25, 2014
Petrochemicals: Companies in Europe and India ready plant conversions to use the cheap feedstock
Nanoparticles Highlight Tumor Borders During Brain Surgery
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, August 25, 2014
Medical Diagnostics: Using a handheld Raman scanner and a nanoparticle contrast agent, surgeons can remove more tumor tissue in mice than with standard methods
Roche To Acquire Intermune
ACS - Chemical & Engineering News, August 25, 2014
Acquisition: Swiss drugmaker expands in respiratory disease area with purchase of one-drug firm
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