Posted on · Episode: 2593 John Edward Lennard Jones, and how molecules act upon one another. Today, who was Lennard Jones?
Posted on · Episode: 2287 The ceremony of innocence is drowned: Fritz Haber swallowed by wars. Today, innocence is drowned.
Posted on · Episode: 3275 Katherine Boyle Jones, a Sister of the Scientific Revolution. Today, a sister of the Scientific Revolution.
Posted on · Episode: 3266 Fireworks, Firecrackers, and Lunar New Year. Today, we ring the new year in with a bang.
Posted on · University of Houston researcher Dr. Jeffrey Rimer and his colleagues have identified a substance that could potentially reduce kidney stone growth by 90 percent.
Posted on · Three researchers based in the U.S., U.K. and Switzerland have won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developments in electron microscopy.
Posted on · The 2016 Norman Hackerman Award in Chemical Research goes to Dr. Christopher Ellison at the University of Texas at Austin, for his creation of new polymers that could lead to more environmentally-friendly products.
Posted on · You may have heard about scientists working on developing a camera so tiny that doctors could have patients swallow it like a pill. Or special fabrics lines with particles that repel stains. Those are just two examples of nanotechnology – a combination of science, engineering and technology happening at the teeny, tiny nanoscale, about 1 […]