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Oil-eating bacteria may determine environmental impact of Gulf oil


The environmental impact of millions of gallons of oil still in the Gulf of Mexico from the Deepwater Horizon incident may depend on microscopic helpers: Bacteria that consume oil and other hydrocarbons and could break down the spilled crude, making it disappear. That's the topic of an article in ...


Greener horizons: Plastics may grow on trees


Money may not grow on trees, but gasoline, computers, and tennis shoes just might thanks to new biotech advances that could allow manufacturers to produce fuel, plastics, and other chemicals from plants instead of petroleum. That's the topic of an article in the current issue of Chemical & ...


Lehigh University professor receives Astellas Award for arsenic groundwater remediation efforts


Arup K. SenGupta, Ph.D., a professor of civil, environmental and chemical engineering at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., has been chosen to receive a 2009 Astellas USA Foundation Award. The award, administered by the American Chemical Society, is given to individuals who have made ...


Component of asphalt eyed as new fuel source


The pavement material that cars drive on may wind up in their fuel tanks as scientists seek ways of transforming asphaltenes — the main component of asphalt — into an abundant new source of fuel, according to the cover story in the current issue of Chemical & Engineering News, ACS' weekly ...


50 Millionth Unique Chemical Substance Recorded in CAS REGISTRY

Novel analgesic marks major milestone in scientific discovery


Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society, announced that on September 7i t recorded the 50 millionth substance in CAS REGISTRY. The recently registered substance is a novel arylmethylidene heterocycle with analgesic properties. Reaching the 50 million mark so ...


Unemployment is down, salaries are up for US chemists, C&EN reports


Unemployment among U.S. chemists has dropped to 3.1 percent this year from a record high of 3.6 percent in 2004, according to an American Chemical Society (ACS) survey reported in the Aug. 1 issue of Chemical & Engineering News, ACS's weekly newsmagazine. Median salaries for bachelor's level ...


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