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02.01.17Science Highlight

Unobservable No More

For the first time, scientists measured transition state energies, providing new insights into reactions used in transportation, industry, energy and more. Read More »

02.01.17Science Highlight

Ultrafast Molecular Manipulations

Researchers trigger ultrafast response to see how molecules redistribute energy in quadrillionths of a second. Read More »

01.26.17Science Highlight

Keep ’Em Separated

The metal-organic framework NU-1000 allows separation of toxic furanics from sugars, which is necessary for efficient ethanol production. Read More »

01.26.17Science Highlight

Creating Bionic Enzymes

Scientists replace iron in muscle protein, combining the best aspects of chemical and biological catalysts for enhanced production of chemicals and fuels. Read More »

01.26.17Science Highlight

More Steps, Faster Results

New method lets supercomputers model key details of greenhouse gases and molecules relevant to automobile combustion. Read More »

01.01.17Science Highlight

Rare Earth Recycling

A new energy-efficient separation of rare earth elements could provide a new domestic source of critical materials. Read More »

12.14.16Science Highlight

Surrounded by Water

Water molecules can organize around protons from acids, influencing how the positive charge behaves in batteries, power plants, and waste sites.

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Small, Efficient Solutions for a Big-Name Pollutant

Researchers designed an extremely efficient catalytic system to remove carbon monoxide.

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Confined Water at Fahrenheit -451

Evidence for a new kind of water molecule, trapped within nanotunnels inside an emerald.

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Nanoparticle Catalysts Outperform Single Metal Atoms

Small platinum particles prove to be more catalytically active than single platinum atoms, a vital insight for designing more efficient catalysts.

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