Researchers developed genetically engineered strains of one type of bacteria that they say could help to tackle the growing problem of plastic pollution.
By studying the chemical makeup of the shells of barnacles attached to debris from the aircraft, scientists may be able to track where the plane went down.
Carboxylic acid, a chemical considered important to life, has been detected in interstellar space for the first time ever.
A team of researchers examined the Bronze Age artifact in detail, finding that it was extraterrestrial in origin.
Chemical imaging techniques have provided a glimpse of what lies under the visible surface of two ancient paintings.
Researcher Vijay Yadav told Newsweek that the nutrient can be found in several popular food and drinks.
"Is he single?" asked one TikTok user, while another said they'd "never wanted to take chemistry so bad."
Using a device peppered with minute pores, researchers have found a way to harvest the electricity of water molecules in the air.
We have found over 5,000 exoplanets so far outside of our solar system, and the James Webb Telescope will help scientists find planets with atmospheres.
Scientists have discovered many new microproteins that are coded for in parts of our DNA previously thought to be empty.
The Ohio train wreck released carcinogens like vinyl chloride into the environment, with dead animals and impacts on human health already being reported.
Generating electricity with green hydrogen fuels—predicted to become an important energy source in future—produces practically zero greenhouse gas emissions.
When fossil fuels are burned they produce carbon dioxide—a greenhouse gas that traps heat in the atmosphere and is contributing to global warming.
The contents of the ancient seawater trapped in rocks for 390 million years may also give scientists clues about the climate on ancient Earth.
According to researchers, the rates of reactions in droplets are as much as a million times faster than the same chemicals reacting in bulk solution.
The process has not yet gone to commercial use, but it could prove useful in a world where hydrogen gas is mostly produced through nonrenewable methods.
Scientists say the rapid rise in atmospheric methane has significant implications because it is a potent greenhouse gas and can contribute to global warming.
"Excuse me what the hell." Redditors were mildly infuriated by one chemistry teacher's "trap" of a test question.
Ukrainian citizens living near to a chemical plant were warned of possible exposure to ammonia after a Russian strike, according to a local official.
A TikTok video that shows what happens when a sausage meets a powerful acid called piranha solution has gone viral.
The jello-like hydrogel substance can even survive the pressure equivalent to being stood on by an elephant, despite being 80 percent water.
An "ingenious tool" that has made chemistry greener, according to the committee that picks the prize winner.
Such materials could one day be used in medicine to encourage skin repair, according to one researcher.
"The results from our research have major implications for the field of plastic sustainability and demonstrate the power of synthetic biology to address real-world challenges," said the study's first author Joanna Sadler.
To mark International Women's Day, we take a look at a handful of female scientists who have made the world a better place.
The 17-year old student was asked by a teacher to take down the flag or leave the class. After the teacher told him for a second time, he left the online class.
The discovery could shed light on the mysterious formation of strange, metallic balls that have been documented on the seafloor across many parts of the world.