Attacking asthma in kids

A famous experiment in 1953 showed that amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, could have formed spontaneously under the atmospheric conditions of early Earth. However, just because molecules could form doesn't mean that the process was likely. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Central Science have demonstrated that energetically feasible interactions between just two small molecules -- hydrogen cyanide and water -- could give rise to most of the important precursors of RNA and proteins.

Attacking asthma in kids

According to the World Health Organization, asthma is the most prevalent chronic childhood disease worldwide. That's why researchers are working on developing technology that could predict when ...

Wed 14 Aug 19 from Medical Xpress

Attacking asthma in kids, Wed 14 Aug 19 from Eurekalert

New insights into the origin of life

A famous experiment in 1953 showed that amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, could have formed spontaneously under the atmospheric conditions of early Earth. However, just because molecules ...

Wed 7 Aug 19 from Phys.org

New insights into the origin of life, Wed 7 Aug 19 from ScienceDaily

New insights into the origin of life, Wed 7 Aug 19 from Eurekalert

Predicting asthma attacks in kids

Wearable environmental sensors, smart devices, and mobile health technologies aim to rein in childhood form of the lung disease

Sun 11 Aug 19 from CandEN

Scientists uncover new insights into the origin of life

The conditions necessary to form the building blocks of life are more feasible than meets eyes.

Wed 7 Aug 19 from ZME Science

What Exactly Happened at Chernobyl? (video)

(American Chemical Society) On April 26, 1986 the Soviet Union's Chernobyl Power Complex nuclear reactor 4 exploded. This week on Reactions, we talk about the chemistry behind this catastrophic ...

Fri 16 Aug 19 from Eurekalert

Can eating poop save you from this deadly bacteria? (video)

Every year around half a million people in the United States get sick from the bacterium C. diff, often after taking antibiotics. Sound counterintuitive? This week on Reactions we break down ...

Thu 8 Aug 19 from Eurekalert

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