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Heat-tolerant prehistoric enzymes might help produce valuable chemicals and biofuels.

Catherine Meyers, Editor

As Halloween approaches, stage blood takes the spotlight and chemistry tricks can treat viewers.

Katharine Gammon, Contributor

The operating principles of ordinary magnetic stirrers may help create better microfluidic pumps for applications ranging from inkjet printing to drug delivery.

Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer

The 2018 Nobel Prize in chemistry will go to Frances H. Arnold, George P. Smith and Sir Gregory P. Winter for research on enzymes, peptides and antibodies.

Benjamin Plackett, Contributor

Beginning early Monday morning, Inside Science will cover the discoveries behind the three most anticipated science prizes of the year.

Chris Gorski, Editor

These significant advancements could win the Nobel Prizes in Physiology or Medicine, Physics, and Chemistry.

Inside Science Staff

Image shows shadowy figures and barrels of radioactive waste.

For 75 years, scientists have been trying to devise a way to make a vast supply of radioactive and chemically dangerous waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation safe.

Valerie Brown, Contributor

Researchers discover that enzymes can be used to ward off the effects of damaging nerve agents.

Jennifer Leman, Contributor

One hundred fifty years ago, scientists observed in light from the sun the first evidence of the inert gas.

Inside Science Staff

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