American Chemical Society
Why a Vegan Pork Substitute Could Soon Be Used to Make Chocolate
As a global cocoa bean shortage looms, scientists from the American Chemical Society say that jackfruit seeds—which have a similar aroma to cocoa—could play a vital role in chocolate manufacturing.
Scientists Turned Carbon Dioxide Into Solid Rock In 2 Years
Researchers have injected carbon dioxide into basalt and turned it into solid rock in two years. This effort offers a potential solution for curbing the high carbon gas emissions in our atmosphere.
Scientists Made a Spongy Polymer that Expands to Fill Gaps in the Spinal Column
This is the future of spinal surgery.
Covering Your Pancakes in Maple Syrup Could Be Good For Your Brain
According to new research presented at the annual American Chemical Society meeting, antioxidants found in maple syrup may protect brain cells against damage.
The Chemistry of Death and Dying
A pair of videos from the American Chemical Society explain.
From Nanocars to Molecular Rockets: Nanomachines Are Here
As a new American Chemical Society video explains, we just have to figure out how to use them.
Experts Reiterate That Microwaving Your Food Is Seriously Fine
The American Chemical Society has had enough of hokey, blind demonization of anything deemed “unnatural” when it comes to food—and released a video on YouTube specifically aiming to debunk microwave fears.
The American Chemical Society Is Underwhelmed by Michael Bay
You might learn something.
The Chemistry of Death
Chemistry goes to town on your corpse as soon as it registers that you’re a corpse.
A Spirited Endorsement of Peeing in the Ocean
Thanks, American Chemical Society, it's safe to go in the water.