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The Chemistry of a Soccer Shirt

As a follow up to our recent post on the chemistry of the ball being used in the... Read more

Chemistry

The Chemistry of Beer

Following our recent post on the development of an app that can detect stale beer we thought we’d... Read more

Chemistry

The Chemistry of The Euro 2016 Soccer Ball

With the European Championships in full swing in France we thought we’d share this very informative and topical... Read more

Chemistry; Food Science & Nutrition

An App Knows if a Beer Has Gone Stale

Chemists at the Complutense University of Madrid have developed a method that allows brewers to measure the freshness... Read more

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Elsevier Foundation Launches Next Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge

The Elsevier Foundation has announced the launch of the 2017 Elsevier Foundation Green and Sustainable Chemistry Challenge. In accordance with... Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Chemistry

Ask An Expert: Anthony C. Hackney, Professor of Exercise Physiology and Nutrition

We sit down with Anthony C. Hackney, Professor of Exercise Physiology & Nutrition at University of North Carolina at Chapel... Read more

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Proposed New Element Names

The proposed names for elements 113, 115, 117 and 118 have been announced by IUPAC (International Union of... Read more

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Preserving the History and Development of Mass Spectrometry

Of long standing interest to ASMS members has been the degree of interconnectivity among them and the ways... Read more

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