Sea urchin spines could fix bones

On March 6, President Donald Trump signed a second executive order to suspend immigration from six predominately Muslim countries, this time excluding Iraq from the list. According to an article in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society, the move has prompted foreign graduate students and postdoctoral researchers currently in the U.S. to start looking elsewhere for educational, training and job opportunities.

Sea urchin spines could fix bones

More than 2 million procedures every year take place around the world to heal bone fractures and defects from trauma or disease, making bone the second most commonly transplanted tissue after ...

Wed 22 Mar 17 from Phys.org

Sea Urchin Spines Could Fix Bones, Wed 22 Mar 17 from Laboratory Equipment

Accounting for sex differences in biomedical research

When it comes to health, a person's sex can play a role. More women in the U.S. have autoimmune diseases than men, for example, whereas boys are more likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum ...

Wed 22 Mar 17 from Phys.org

Video: What's the best way to cook pasta?

Pasta noodles contain only three ingredients: eggs, water and flour. But how can you achieve a tasty result every time? Cooking pasta chemically changes how the proteins and starches interact, ...

Tue 21 Mar 17 from Phys.org

Video: How to make tomatoes taste awesome again

Why are so many supermarket tomatoes tasteless and rock hard? In the 1990s, breeders developed a tomato that produces less of the hormone ethylene, so they stay hardened for shipping and then ...

Mon 20 Mar 17 from Phys.org

Foreign graduate students and postdocs consider leaving the US

On March 6, President Donald Trump signed a second executive order to suspend immigration from six predominately Muslim countries, this time excluding Iraq from the list. According to an article ...

Wed 15 Mar 17 from Phys.org

Chemists reveal the science for cooking the perfect pasta

Cooking pasta may sound simple, but there is an actual science to cooking it perfectly. The American Chemical Society shares four tips on how to serve up delectable al dente noodles. ...

Tue 21 Mar 17 from Daily Mail

Homemade pasta recipe that is gluten-free and delicious

Fresh pasta can turn into a delicious and quick meal for your entire family. This gluten-free homemade pasta recipe is easy to follow and is safe for celiac disease. When you want to make a ...

Thu 23 Mar 17 from Emaxhealth

Scince is making killer (tasting) tomatoes again

From the “Day of the Killer Tomatoes” department comes this curious story from the AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY about food science and making tomatoes great again…at least the ...

Tue 21 Mar 17 from Watts Up With That?

How to Restore Tomatoes to their Former Yummy Glory

VideosThis video shows how scientists are learning how tomatoes mature so that soon you may see and taste totally terrific tomatoes at the supermarket. Contributed Author: American Chemical ...

Tue 21 Mar 17 from Laboratory Equipment

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