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How to Best Predict Chemical Reactions of Contaminants in Water12.12.18Science Highlight

How to Best Predict Chemical Reactions of Contaminants in Water

Scientists determine the accuracy of computational methods used to study the sulfate radical approach to purifying water. Read More »

Ice Formed by Contact Freezing: Pressure Matters, Not Just Temperature12.12.18Science Highlight

Ice Formed by Contact Freezing: Pressure Matters, Not Just Temperature

Distortion of water droplet surface may increase the likelihood of the droplet freezing. Read More »

During Droughts, Bacteria Help Sorghum Continue Growing12.11.18Science Highlight

During Droughts, Bacteria Help Sorghum Continue Growing

Researchers discover how certain bacteria may safeguard plant growth during a drought, making way for strategies to improve crop productivity. Read More »

Subtlety and the Selective Art of Separating Lanthanides 12.06.18Science Highlight

Subtlety and the Selective Art of Separating Lanthanides

Unexpected molecular interactions involving water clusters have a subtle, yet profound, effect on extractants picking their targets. Read More »

Quickly Capture Tiny Particles Reacting11.28.18Science Highlight

Quickly Capture Tiny Particles Reacting

New method takes a snapshot every millisecond of groups of light-scattering particles, showing what happens during industrially relevant reactions. Read More »

New Technology Consistently Identifies Proteins from a Dozen Cells11.26.18Science Highlight

New Technology Consistently Identifies Proteins from a Dozen Cells

A new platform melding microfluidics and robotics allows more in-depth bioanalysis with fewer cells than ever before. Read More »

Optimal Foraging: How Soil Microbes Adapt to Nutrient Constraints11.26.18Science Highlight

Optimal Foraging: How Soil Microbes Adapt to Nutrient Constraints

How microbial communities adjust to nutrient-poor soils at the genomic and proteomic level gives scientists insights into land use. Read More »

How a Bacterium Uses Multiple Enzymes to Degrade Plant Biomass11.21.18Science Highlight

How a Bacterium Uses Multiple Enzymes to Degrade Plant Biomass

Analyses reveal how a microbe breaks down lignin, providing a better understanding useful to making biofuels. Read More »

More Designer Peptides, More Possibilities11.21.18Science Highlight

More Designer Peptides, More Possibilities

A combined experimental and modeling approach contributes to understanding small proteins with potential use in industrial, therapeutic applications. Read More »

Turning Wood Scraps into Tape 11.07.18Science Highlight

Turning Wood Scraps into Tape

A new chemical process converts a component of wasted wood pulp and other biomass into high-value pressure-sensitive adhesives. Read More »

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