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We created diamonds in mere minutes, without heat — by mimicking the force of...

In nature, diamonds form deep in the Earth over billions of years. This process requires environments with exceptionally high pressure and temperatures exceeding 1,000℃. Our...

Mario Molina, Nobel chemistry 1995 winner, dies at 77

Mario Molina, who won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1995, died at 77 in his native Mexico City. He became the first Mexican-born scientist...

Curious Kids: what happens if you breathe pure oxygen?

  What happens if you breathe pure oxygen and why? Stephen, age 9, Muntinlupa City, The Philippines Hi Stephen! That’s a great question. We can’t live without...

If there is life on Venus, how could it have got there? Origin of...

The recent discovery of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus is exciting, as it may serve as a potential sign of life (among other...

What is ammonium nitrate, the chemical that exploded in Beirut?

The Lebanese capital Beirut was rocked on Tuesday evening local time by an explosion that has killed at least 78 people and injured thousands...

Quantum Computing and its changes to the world

Quantum computing is one of the World’s necessities nowadays. The World needs adaptive and innovative machines. These machines will make everyday life more convenient. Companies...

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