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Science Elements describes cutting-edge research from the American Chemical Society, including ACS' peer reviewed journals and Chemical& Engineering News. This weekly podcast features discoveries in medicine and health, nutrition, energy, the environment and other fields that span science's horizons from astronomy to zoology.

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http://acswebcontent.acs.org/communications/podcasts/science_elements.html
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Science Elements Podcasts
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2007-09-10 14:00
last episode published
2017-11-16 14:00
publication frequency
4.55 days
Contributors
American Chemical Society owner   author  
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Number of Episodes
848
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Science & Medicine Natural Sciences

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
16.11.2017

New way To Protect Streams and Rivers - Episode 841

November 16, 2017 - Mussels could help keep dirty water from fouling streams and rivers.
American Chemical Society author
15.11.2017

The Fight against Carcinogens Heats Up - Episode 840

November 15, 2017 - Firefighting increases exposure to carcinogens.
American Chemical Society author
13.11.2017

Viruses That Can Kill Bacteria - Episode 839

November 13, 2017 - Viruses embedded in new ‘sugar-glass’ coating could help kill bacteria found in food.
American Chemical Society author
9.11.2017

Sperm Wars - Episode 838

November 09, 2017 -  ‘Star Wars’ parody inadvertently produces something scientifically useful.
American Chemical Society author
8.11.2017

Stop and Smell the Guano: How Fertilizers Saved the World - Episode 837

November 08, 2017 - A little more than a hundred years ago, the world's fast-growing population was outstripping humanity's ability to feed itself. Mass starvation was only averted when a pair of brilliant German scientists developed a new chemical pro...
American Chemical Society author
6.11.2017

New Discoveries on Nicotine - Episode 836

November 06, 2017 - Gender and gut differences could influence nicotine’s hold.
American Chemical Society author
2.11.2017

New ‘Popular’ Energy-Storage Method - Episode 835

November 02, 2017 -  Burned popcorn inspires quest for new energy-storage material.
American Chemical Society author
1.11.2017

A ‘Sticky’ Situation Between Personal Care Products - Episode 834

November 01, 2017 - A compound banned in soaps products, sticks around.
American Chemical Society author
30.10.2017

‘New Hope’ in Fighting Blood Cancers - Episode 833

October 30, 2017 -  Discovery offers clues to overcoming drug-resistance in blood cancers.
American Chemical Society author
26.10.2017

New Surprises for Genes in Bacteria - Episode 832

October 26, 2017 -  Scientists detect a surprising source for antibiotic resistant genes in bacteria.
American Chemical Society author
25.10.2017

H Hotter Than the Dickens - Episode 831

October 25, 2017 - In this Halloween feature episode, learn how a Dickens novel ignited a Victorian chemical controversy.
American Chemical Society author
23.10.2017

The ‘Champagne’ of Beef - Episode 830

October 23, 2017 -  Researchers unmask key odorants in the ‘champagne’ of beef.
American Chemical Society author
19.10.2017

How to Detect Fake Fish - Episode 829

October 19, 2017 - Protein database could help detect ‘fake’ fish.
American Chemical Society author
18.10.2017

New Cancer Treatment Thanks To Chinese Ink - Episode 828

October 18, 2017 - Ancient Chinese ink could lead to new types of cancer treatment.
American Chemical Society author
16.10.2017

New Solution for Less Pollution - Episode 827

October 16, 2017 - New leather manufacturing process produces less pollution.
American Chemical Society author
12.10.2017

Episode 826 - What the Odor of Sleep Smells Like

October 12, 2017 - Scientists explore how smells influence quality of sleep.
American Chemical Society author
11.10.2017

Episode 825 - Why your body doesn't need detox products

October 11, 2017 - We spoke to Dr. Raychelle Burks, to discuss the detoxing health craze. This episode is first in a series of feature stories produced by Science Elements. Send your feedback to elements@acs.org. Music: "Petal" by Broke for Free (https...
American Chemical Society author
9.10.2017

Episode 824 - ‘Better’ Sustainable Process for Biofuel

October 09, 2017 - Sustainable process transforms olive mill wastewater into biofuel.
American Chemical Society author
5.10.2017

Episode 823 - Chemists Stand Up for Human Rights

October 05, 2017 - Chemists speak out against sexual harassment.
American Chemical Society author
4.10.2017

Episode 822 - Episode 822 - New Discovery in Smokers and Nonsmokers

October 04, 2017 - Metabolic changes in smokers who have recently quit begin to match those of nonsmokers.
American Chemical Society author
2.10.2017

Episode 821 - Measuring Drug use with Mobile Devices

October 02, 2017 - How sewage and mobile phones help scientists measure drug use.
American Chemical Society author
28.09.2017

Episode 820 -  fish

September 28, 2017 - A research team is coupling data from cell phones and sewage to help refine what we know about drug use patterns.
American Chemical Society author
27.09.2017

Episode 819 -  Fertilizer from pollen could help feed the world

September 27, 2017 - Scientists in China have made a low-cost, biocompatible fertilizer with carbon dots derived from rapeseed pollen.
American Chemical Society author
25.09.2017

Episode 818 -  Making 3-D printers safer

September 25, 2017 - Researchers in South Korea say that they have discovered a way to eliminate almost all nanoparticle emissions from some 3-D printers.
American Chemical Society author
21.09.2017

Episode 817 -  Accidental discovery leads to longer lasting ice cream

September 21, 2017 -An ice-cream additive can slow down the melting process so that the first drips don’t appear for five minutes, even on a hot and sunny day.
American Chemical Society author
20.09.2017

Episode 816 -  Scientists close in on more rigorous test for 'date rape' drug

September 20, 2017 - Scientists identify a potential biomarker for detecting GHB several hours after its used.
American Chemical Society author
18.09.2017

Episode 815 -  Scientists embed food allergen detector into keychain

September 18, 2017 - Researchers report the development of a new portable allergen-detection system — including a keychain analyzer — that could help prevent trips to the emergency room.
American Chemical Society author
14.09.2017

Episode 814 -  Recycled human waste, nutrients could help astronauts reach for the stars

September 14, 2017 - Turning astronauts' waste into fuel and nutrients could enable long-distance spaceflight.
American Chemical Society author
13.09.2017

Episode 813 -  World's tiniest 'monster truck' reveals surprising discovery

September 13, 2017 - Sept. 13, 2017 - What the world's tiniest monster truck reveals.
American Chemical Society author
11.09.2017

Episode 812 -  Sweet concoction fatally attracts mosquitoes

September 11, 2017 - Sept. 11, 2017 - Mosquitoes fatally attracted to deadly, sweet-smelling potion.
American Chemical Society author
17.08.2017

Episode 811 -  The New Toy for Scientists

August 17, 2017 - A new spin on a popular toy could have scientific implications.
American Chemical Society author
16.08.2017

Episode 810 - Why ‘winging it’ is Tough for Cicadas

August 16, 2017 - Why cicadas have a hard time ‘winging it’.
American Chemical Society author
14.08.2017

Episode 809 -  A Sound way to get Rechargeable Energy

August 14, 2017 -  Ambient energy could reduce our dependence on batteries.
American Chemical Society author
10.08.2017

Episode 808 -  Why Do Onions Make Us Cry?

August 10, 2017 - Researchers shed no tears in effort to find out why onions make us cry.
American Chemical Society author
9.08.2017

Episode 807 - No More Sensitive Teeth

August 09, 2017 - New materials could put an end to sensitive teeth.
American Chemical Society author
7.08.2017

Episode 806 -  New Notions about E-cigarettes

August 07, 2017 -  Scientists evaporate notions about e-cigarettes.
American Chemical Society author
3.08.2017

Episode 805 - Making Hair Fragrances Last Longer

August 03, 2017 - Scientists seek to make hair shampoo fragrances last longer.
American Chemical Society author
2.08.2017

Episode 804 - A New Way to Diagnose Prenatal Conditions

August 02, 2017 - Microchips could eventually help diagnose prenatal conditions.
American Chemical Society author
31.07.2017

Episode 803 - PCBs Levels in Air Raises School Concerns

July 31, 2017 - Study finds ‘concerning’ levels of PCBs in indoor school air.
American Chemical Society author
27.07.2017

Episode 802 -  Cerulean Blue, the 'New' Color of Wine

July 27, 2017 -  Blue booze gets a boost.
American Chemical Society author
26.07.2017

Episode 801 - New Evidence in House Dust and Fat Cells

July 26, 2017 -  New evidence suggests house dust could promote growth of fat cells.
American Chemical Society author
24.07.2017

Episode 800 -  Limitless Power for Toys of the Future

July 24, 2017 -  Scientists close in on a way to power Smart toys without batteries.
American Chemical Society author
20.07.2017

Episode 799 -  Van Gogh's Blackest Black

July 20, 2017 -  A new contender takes on the challenge making the blackest black paint pigment.
American Chemical Society author
19.07.2017

Episode 798 - Weeding out Stinky Wines

July 19, 2017 -  New odor-detecting device weeds out stinky wines.
American Chemical Society author
17.07.2017

Episode 797 -  Improved bomb-sniffing dogs

July 17, 2017 -  New training technique could improve performance of bomb-sniffing dogs.
American Chemical Society author
13.07.2017

Episode 796 - Fighting Back Against Cancer

July 13, 2017 - Scientists find new way to break cancer’s defenses.
American Chemical Society author
12.07.2017

Episode 795 - Stopping the Next Flu Pandemic from Happening

July 12, 2017 - New rapid diagnostic test could help prevent next flu pandemic.
American Chemical Society author
10.07.2017

Episode 794 - A Colorful Revolution Sparked by the Beetles

July 10, 2017 - Beetles inspire the development of minuscule color-shifting particles.
American Chemical Society author
29.06.2017

Episode 793 - Spending Summer Camp with Bacon lovers

June 29, 2017 - Bacon lovers go hog wild at unusual summer camp.
American Chemical Society author
28.06.2017

Episode 792 - New Food Menu for Polar Bears

June 28, 2017 - Climate change is altering polar bear diets.
American Chemical Society author