pH measurement accuracy is vital on a wide range of applications across many industries. A theory guide and tips poster can help you obtain accurate pH measurements.
Mechanical forces normally accelerate chemical reactions. However, in the case of disulfide bonds, which are present in large numbers in proteins, force-induced structural changes result in a relative deceleration above a certain threshold.
In a remote part of northern Lake Michigan, divers have started looking at an underwater pit, hoping to find the resting place of the Griffin, a ship commanded by the 17th century French explorer La Salle.
Unagi, the sea-going Japanese freshwater eel, harbors a fluorescent protein that could serve as the basis for a revolutionary new clinical test for bilirubin, a critical indicator of human liver function, hemolysis and jaundice.
Chemical engineers have devised a cheaper way to synthesize a key biofuel component, which could make its industrial production much more cost-effective.
Environmental officials are searching for the fifth alligator sighted in a Long Island river.
By the time 10-year-old Sarah Murnaghan finally got a lung transplant last week, she'd been waiting for months, and her parents had sued to give her a better shot at surgery. But what if there were another way? What if you could grow a custom-made organ in a lab?
New software can be used to help people practice their interpersonal skills until they feel more comfortable with situations such as a job interview or a first date.
Given the revelations spilling out into the media recently, there hardly seems a single aspect of daily life that isn't somehow subject to spying or surveillance by someone. Experts say there are steps anyone can take to improve privacy.
By pairing the capabilities of X-ray analysis and extremely precise microscopy, scientists have developed a way to simultaneously determine the physical structure and chemical makeup of materials at close to the atomic level.
Soil organisms, aquatic life and farmland birds may all be harmed by neonicotinoid insecticides, according to a new study.
A medical test previously developed to measure a toxin found in tobacco smokers has been adapted to measure the same toxin in people suffering from spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis, offering a potential tool to reduce symptoms.