Powerful insecticides have taken up in deer in nearly every place in Minnesota, raising concerns that this common chemical may be keeping fawns from surviving maturity or threatening the deer population.
A new study inquires to a previously misunderstood phenomenon occurring between chemical reactions used to create plastics and pharmaceuticals - and this could help chemical manufacturing become more environmentally friendly.
A team of scientists from Princeton University has demonstrated a way to precisely control the response of genetically engineered bacteria by switching lights on and off, controlling the bacteria's chemical production.
A study reveals that around 110 million Americans are exposed to PFAS chemicals, which could be found in drinking water and can cause premature menopause in women. These chemicals are also known as "forever" chemicals since they do not break down in the body and accumulate over some time. In turn, this could cause negative effects on one's health.