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Founded in 1876 and chartered by the U.S. Congress, the American Chemical Society (ACS) are one of the world’s largest scientific organizations, with more than 200,000 individuals in their global community across 140 countries. Their mission is to advance the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners for the benefit of Earth and all its people. ACS's vision is to improve all people’s lives through the transforming power of chemistry.

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Could SARS-CoV-2 Wastewater Epidemiology Be Flawed?

Scientists found that Sewer slime can accumulate SARS-CoV-2 RNA, which could decompose or slough off later, potentially impacting the accuracy of wastewater epidemiology studies.
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Prototype Insulin Patch Sticks Inside a Person’s Cheek

Researchers have developed a prototype insulin-loaded patch that sticks to the inside of a person’s cheek.
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Illuminating Pancreatic Cancer With New Nanoparticle System

Researchers have designed a nanoparticle system that can get through tough pancreatic cancer tumors, releasing fluorescent dyes for diagnostics and therapy.
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Allergic Reactions Avoided by Novel Hair Dyes

Researchers have developed a range of permanent hair dyes that avoid the allergenic properties of traditional formulations.
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Peptide-Enhanced Anticancer Drug Targets Bone Metastasis

An affinity peptide for the bone cancer niche has been attached to a breast cancer drug, and the combined therapy has shown promise for cancer treatment in rodent models.
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Living Kombucha Water Filters Offer Many Advantages Over Conventional Filters

Living filtration membranes grown from kombucha cultures are shown to be more resistant to clogging and biofouling, making them more efficient and less expensive for filtering water than conventional ones.
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Humidity Sensor Inspired by a Camel's Nose

Scientists have designed a camel nose-inspired humidity sensor that can reliably detect variations in humidity in settings including industrial exhausts and the air surrounding human skin.
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New Technique Digitally Counts Intact SARS-CoV-2 Particles in Saliva or Exhaled Breath

A new approach for monitoring viral load using a biosensor has been designed, which could reduce the cost and time taken to diagnose COVID-19.
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Tumble Dryers an Underestimated Source of Microfiber Air Pollution

A pilot study reports that a single dryer could discharge up to 120 million microfibers annually — considerably more than from washing machines.
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Immuno-CRISPR Assay for Diagnosing Transplant Rejection

Researchers have developed a CRISPR-based assay that can sensitively and non-invasively detect a biomarker of acute kidney transplant rejection in urine.
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