Chemistry

Facing Down Emerging Viruses

Imperial College London
The  Ebola epidemic in West Africa has highlighted the threat of newly emerged viral infections. Michal Barski discusses why and […]
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An introduction to a theory on the role of π-electrons of docosahexaenoic acid in brain function

Imperial College London
Six hundred million years ago, the fossil record displays the sudden appearance of intracellular detail and the 32 phyla. The […]
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The Resolution of Inflammation

Barts and the London
Mauro Perretti and his research team pioneered the concept that acute inflammation resolves, naturally, by the engagement of endogenous mediators […]
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Where Do Photo-generated Holes Go in Anatase:Rutile TiO2?

Imperial College London
Anatase:rutile TiO2 junctions are often shown to be more photocatalytically active than anatase or rutile alone, but the underlying cause […]
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Transient Absorption Spectroscopy of Anatase and Rutile: the Impact of Morphology and Phase on Photocatalytic Activity

Imperial College London
Andreas Kafizas discusses transient absorption spectroscopy (TAS) to investigate the kinetic dependences of photocatalysis in anatase and rutile TiO2 films of […]
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Aligned nanowires and webbed nanowires

Boston College
Dunwei Wang, Boston College focusing on understanding the science of energy conversion and storage. His research team aims to develop […]
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Toll-like receptor signaling in vertebrates and the Reactome Knowledgebase

New York University
Peter D’Eustachio, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at New York University discusses the open-source, open access, manually curated and […]
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