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Toxic chemicals turn a new material from porous to protective
A new, breathable material that can also block biological or chemical threats could offer comfortable protection for people working in contaminated environments or dangerous military zones.
Chemicals in lavender and tea tree oil appear to be hormone disruptors
A new study lends further evidence to a suspected link between abnormal breast growth in young boys — called prepubertal gynecomastia — and regular exposure to lavender or tea tree oil, by finding that key chemicals in these common plant-derived oils act as endocrine-disrupting chemicals.
80% of ready-to-eat baby food products contain harmful chemicals
Parents-to-be, take note! You may have to avoid some cereals and other ready-to-eat food products for your baby, as they may contain dangerous chemicals.
Gov't to inspect all sanitary pads for harmful chemicals
South Korea plans to inspect all sanitary pads currently being retailed for harmful chemicals amid growing concerns about their impact on women's health.
Scientists predict chemicals hiding beneath Neptune's icy surface
Thanks to a new computer model, planetary scientists now have a better idea of the types of chemicals hiding beneath Neptune's icy surface.
Scientists use new technique to  recycle plant material into stock chemicals
Recycling can encompass more than just materials like plastics and paper. Important chemicals can also be recovered and reused.
New 'living material' gloves light up when they touch target chemicals
Scientists at MIT have crafted wearable sensors out of cell-infused hydrogel film. Researchers used the new ‘living material’ to design gloves and bandages that light up when they come in contact with target chemicals.
How many chemicals are in everything we eat?
All foods — and everything else around us — are made up of chemicals, whether they occur in nature or are made in a lab.
Movie viewers’ exhaled chemicals tell if scene is funny, scary
Spoiler alert: Scientists can gauge a film’s emotional tenor from the gasps of its audience. Sure, the audible sounds are a cue, but so are the chemicals exhaled with each sigh and scream.
Daesh chemicals don't threaten Israel: TV
Israeli military officials have said a Daesh affiliate operating near the Syrian border with occupied Palestinian territories has obtained chemical weapons, but does not threaten Tel Aviv.
CO2 valuable in creating fuels, chemicals
Penn State researcher Chunshan Song has a plan to address one of the most important issues facing the world today — reducing greenhouse gas emissions to curb the negative impacts of climate change.
Toxic chemicals found in most outdoor gear
Greenpeace, an environmental activist group, said that hazardous chemicals were widely present in a range of outdoor gear it tested, from clothing and footwear to backpacks, tents and sleeping bags.
Innovative catalyst for bio-based plastics, chemicals
Researchers from Washington State University have developed a catalyst that easily converts bio-based ethanol to a widely-used industrial chemical, paving the way for more environmentally friendly, bio-based plastics and products.
Chemicals major BASF vows return to Iran market
Germany’s BASF, the world’s biggest chemical maker, has announced that it plans to return to the Iranian market.
Hormone-disrupting chemicals cost billions
Common chemicals that disrupt human hormones could be costing more than €150 billion ($165.4 billion) a year in damage to human health in Europe, a series of studies claims.

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