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Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization without Metals

Author: Mary Collins

19 February 2015 – New approach to ring-opening metathesis polymerization (ROMP) uses an organic initiator instead of a transition metal

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Lab-Grown Meat


18 February 2015 – Molecular biology increasingly contributes to the production and preparation of food

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Optimized Production of Plasticizer Alcohols


17 February 2015 – Evonik optimizes the production of plasticizer alcohol 2-propyl heptanol (2-PH)

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Reinventing the Fridge?


16 February 2015 – Will magnetocaloric materials make refrigeration technology more efficient and sustainable?

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New Malaysia Campus


15 February 2015 – HERIOT-WATT University, a public university based in Edinburgh, UK, has opened a new campus in Putrajaya, Malaysia

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Engineering Drought Resistant Plants

Author: Xin Su

14 February 2015 – An engineered phytohormone receptor can better regulate water use in transgenic plants through agrochemical modulation

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NMR Spectroscopy To Check Coffee Beans

Author: Bernhard Meier

13 February 2015 – Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) identifies if coffee only contains beans from one region

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Glass-Free LCD Displays

Author: ChemistryViews

12 February 2015 – New technology for bendable, light, and thin displays

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11 February 2015 – New structural modification of carbon identified

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PET Degradation by Enzymes

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

10 February 2015 – Genetic engineering of PET hydrolases for improved performance in PET degradation at high temperatures

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