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Thanks to drugs called anesthetics, surgery and other medical procedures are pain-free. How were these “miracle” drugs discovered and how do they work?
Blood can come in many colors. Blue, green, purple, it all depends on the animal. Learn about the chemistry inside the blood that produces these
To put out wildfires, firefighters use a variety of chemical solutions. Learn about how these solutions work.
Gasoline can be produced from plants, and even plant leftovers. It is called green gasoline, it may never run out, and it is good for the environment.
Mineral makeup products are one of the hottest trends in cosmetics. Are they better for your skin than regular makeup?
What is the most deadly poison in the world?
Scientists create the worlds’ smallest transistor; nitrogen oxides contribute significantly to the ozone hole.
Chris Pollock shares his passion for chemistry and explains how his research activities may lead to better drugs to treat cancer.
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