NEW YORK: An implantable artificial pancreas for diabetics has been developed that continuously measures a person’s glucose level and can automatically release insulin as needed. Living with Type 1 diabetes requires constant monitoring of blood sugar levels and injecting insulin daily. 26 more words
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Chemistry major Brooke Versaw ’18 from College Station, Texas, is the second of our three new Beckman Scholars from Texas A&M University. Versaw impressed the faculty, staff, and student application reviewers and interview panel with the breadth and depth of her experiences, her outstanding writing skills, and articulate, well-spoken answers. 264 more words
If you love bottled tea, go ahead and drink up. Just don’t expect any health benefits from it.
An analysis of bottled teas found that you would have to drink 20 bottles of the popular “healthy” beverage before you got the benefits of one home-brewed cup of green or black tea. 182 more words
To celebrate the release of the superhero movie Avengers: Age of Ultron this past weekend, the American Chemical Society just released a new YouTube video on their Reactions channel. 485 more words