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Cancer-Sniffing Worms
Friday June 24, 2022

Cancer-Sniffing WormsThe Spring 2022 National American Chemical Society (ACS) meeting held in San Diego, California, was a hybrid meeting that featured a wide range of science topics. The offerings showcased the vast diversity of the chemical sciences and the increasingly integrated nature of the projects.  Most people would not be surprised that dogs can be trained […]

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Protecting eggs (and heads): A new use for hydrogel?
Friday June 24, 2022

HydrogelsHydrogels are networks of polymer chains that are swollen in water. In recent years, research has focused on making hydrogels that are flexible and bendable. Could this pave the way for an inexpensive, biodegradable packaging material? New research published by ACS explores the possibilities.

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Introducing Dr. Elena Galoppini, Deputy Editor of ACS Applied Optical Materials
Thursday June 23, 2022

Introducing Dr. Elena GaloppiniElena Galoppini graduated with a Laurea in Chimica (MSc) from the Università di Pisa, Italy, in 1989 and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Chicago in 1994, with Professor Philip E. Eaton. Following a two-year Postdoctoral Associate appointment at the University of Texas Austin with Professor Marye Anne Fox, in 1996 she began […]

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