Breast cancer drug, atmosphere’s detergent,hydrocarbons, flexible transistors

New drug for advanced breast cancer increases life expectancy

Researchers reported that a drug used to treat advanced breast cancer has had what appears to be unprecedented success in prolonging lives in a clinical trial… Read more

Researchers find key reaction for producing ‘atmosphere’s detergent’

A research team has now observed one of these rapid atmospheric reactions in the lab. They identify an important intermediate molecule and track its transformation to hydroxyl radicals… Read more

Nitrogen fixing enzyme also produces hydrocarbons, finds new study

The researchers demonstrated for the first time how nitrogenase converts carbon monoxide. This leads to the production of molecules that resemble biofuels… Read more


Inexpensive, simple way to make transparent, flexible transistors

Researchers are reporting a new, inexpensive and simple way to make transparent, flexible transistors that could help bring roll-up smartphones… Read more

Tonsils stem cells may repair damaged liver, finds new study

Scientists report a way to potentially inject stem cells from tonsils, a body part we don’t need, to repair damaged livers – all without surgery… Read more