The latest news on chemistry
Enzyme-based machinery could have medical applications.
An unusual substance known as "dry water" could provide a new way to absorb and store carbon dioxide.
Study detects subtle changes in swimmers’ cells.
The chemical in Teflon is linked to high cholesterol in kids.
But analysis finds exposure to the controversial chemical is short-lived, with health effects unclear.
A surge of bedbugs has homeowners taking desperate and potentially hazardous eradication measures.
Fertilizer chemicals may pose a bigger hazard to the environment than originally foreseen.
Researchers find that arsenic inhibits mast cell function.
Being overweight and exposure to environmental chemicals can increase the risk.