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Graphene, graphene nanoribbons, Nanoscience, nanotechnnology, Materials Science, Materials Science & Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Department Of Energy, Department of Energy (DOE), Semiconductor, Conductor, Metal, Catalyst, scanning tunneling microscopy

Built From the Bottom Up, Nanoribbons Pave the Way to ‘on–Off’ States for Graphene

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Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and North Carolina State University report in the journal Nature Communications that they are the first to grow graphene nanoribbons without a metal substrate.

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PFAS, Nuclear Medicine, perfluorinated alkyl substances, Radiolabeling, Chemicals, Health

Researchers Track Perfluorinated Chemicals in the Body

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Scientists have developed a method to track perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) in the body. PFAS are potentially toxic chemicals found in stain-resistant products, nonstick cookware, fire-fighting foams and, most recently, fast food wrappers.

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PFAS, PFASs, Radiology, Radiology and imaging, perfluorinated chemicals, Perfluorinated Compounds, Fast Food, fast food packaging, fast food restaurants, Cancer, Cholesterol, Fertility, Fertility Problems, Thyroid, Testicular Cancer, alkylating agents , Brain, Liver, Stomach, leg strength, Lungs, Kidney, Heart, skin, Muscle, Fluorine 18, fluorine-18, Fluorine, enviro

Journal: Researchers Can Track Hazardous Chemicals From Fast-Food Wrappers in the Body

Just one month after major research findings showed dangerous PFAS present in more than one-third of fast food packaging tested, UAB and Notre Dame created a new technique to track PFASs in the body.

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Nutrition Month Experts, Planting Coffee, Nut Allergies, Georgia Peaches, and More in the Food Science News Source

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Taking Down the Paywall for Free the Science Week

The Electrochemical Society (ECS) is celebrating its 115th anniversary this year by giving the world a preview of what complete open access to peer-reviewed scientific research will look like. ECS will launch the first Free the Science Week, April 3-9, and take down the paywall to the entire ECS Digital Library, making over 132,000 scientific articles and abstracts free and accessible to everyone.

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Mrsa Infections, Nemus Bioscience , University Of Mississippi, Ole Miss, Research, Infections Diseases, Infection Control, Cannabinoid, Cannabinoids, cannabinoid chemistry

New MRSA Defense: New Study Reports Cannabinoid Effective Against Antibiotic-Resistant MRSA

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Nemus Bioscience and the University of Mississippi report significant anti-MRSA synergy data utilizing proprietary cannabinoid-based anti-infective platforms

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Insurance for IVF, Price Transparency, What's Next for Health Consumers, and More in the Healthcare News Source

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Opioids, Itching, Side Effects, Neuroscience, Pharmacology

Why Do Some Opioids Cause Severe Itching?

With a more accurate understanding of the characteristics and function of the receptor MRGRPX2, University of North Carolina School of Medicine researchers were also able to create chemical probe that will allow them study the receptor more precisely.

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Bacteria, Enzymes, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Bioremediation

Enzyme Structures Illuminate Mechanism Behind Bacteria’s Bioremediation Prowess

In a publication in the journal Nature released today (March 27, 2017), scientists from the Department of Biochemistry and Department of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have solved the structure of an enzyme caught in the act of attacking toluene — a chemical derived from wood and oil.

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Proton Therapy, Radiation Treatment, radiation chemistry, Ionization, time resolution, Methodology, proton pulses, L. Senje, M. Coughlan, D. Jung, M. Taylor, G. Nersisyan, D. Riley, C. L. S. Lewis, O. Lundh, C.-G. Wahlström, M. Zepf, B. Dromey, Lund University, Queen’s University Belfast , Helmholtz-Institut Jena, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Cou

Tracking Real-Time Proton Induced Radiation Chemistry in Water

Proton therapy is a promising form of radiation treatment used to kill cancerous cells and effectively halt their rapid reproduction, and the fundamental understanding for it is contained in the radiation induced water chemistry that occurs immediately after the interaction. The ensuing processes are therefore a subject of considerable scientific interest. Researchers describe their work exploring this ionization with an experimental setup, with enhanced temporal resolution, in this week’s Applied Physics Letters.







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