29 Burst results for "American Chemical Society"

How to Keep Computers Happy Using Chemistry

Sounds of Science

05:41 min | 4 months ago

How to Keep Computers Happy Using Chemistry

"I'm joined today by dr ugo. Sharma from cas which is a division of the american chemical society. Cas specializes in organizing and analyzing publish scientific data that informs researchers through their search platforms such as science finder and has also being used for customers learning analytics applications. I'm also joined by charles river. Scientists dr david clark. Who's a enthusiast together. We will be discussing the role of machine learning and chemistry how we can train computers to support researchers and how he can keep machines happy with high quality data. Welcome ugo and david exe my. Thanks mary me too. So i wanna start by getting our listeners on the same page. Can we discuss the difference between machine learning and true a i in which is really more valuable for chemists realistically sure. Yeah so we're gonna start by defining ai to a is it's really a broad concept refers to machines with intelligence and for the purposes. Here we can define intelligence is the ability to solve a problem so machine learning is actually a component of i. It's has subset and machine. Learning actually enables a system to learn by itself for chemists specifically a is the ultimate goal so using computers to speed up discovery and innovation and machine. Learning is really. What gets the work done here. And especially within applications like drug discovery so essentially you know leveraging computers to and existing data help reduce the available candidates face potential targets and some used to accelerate and reduce costs for drug discovery. This is really where rubber meets the road. And so you know africanus. There's other applications around things like molecular property. Prediction were trying to predict things like solubility melting points. You know all of these things. Leverage machine learning using known molecules in their properties the sort of predict properties for for new molecules that were unsure of other applications around molecule design. So medicinal chemist a lot of time designing new molecules variety of applications and then another sort of hot area right now. For a and chemistry's retro synthesis says basically when you have a given molecule using ai to predict viable pathways to actually synthesize that molecules becoming a pretty key area so for a drug discovery standpoint. David which part of this process is one of the most valuable for chemists like in terms of being able to analyze giant piles of data and come up with something useful. At which point is that the most useful for you a. A human chemist various levels of usefulness. I mean for many years. Chemists have been taking data and deriving predictive models from it in perhaps long before people were thinking of this as i. But i think one of the really breakthrough applications of i that i've seen in recent years has been the so-called de novo design of compounds where and i has been trained on a very large database of known drug molecules and then asked to invent some new truck molecules or truck candidate molecules that resemble What it's been trained in some way up. Put us still different enough to be innovative and useful. So they'll be props molecules that have same types of collectively and fiscal chemical properties up at an unless novel in terms of their chemical structure. So i think it's really those as we've been mentioning taking very large sets of data and bringing new discoveries are of them that you know you just couldn't do that with a a human person. Is that the. The task is too great it so easy for people to get stuck in their own knowledge space. If you like not be able to think outside that whereas the machine has no preconceptions if you like can come up with something that's truly novel. Yeah so the machine theoretically can know every chemical every drug that has been patented the formula for all of them and it can sift through that and find ones that haven't yet been tried but it can do more than that can at ugo it can also predict what kind of chemicals might actually hit a biological target. Yeah exactly so. I think that's sort of a especially with you. Know things that are going on in the world right now around. The pandemic is understanding mechanisms that can produce a specific kind of biological activity like like antivirals inhibiting well replication finding molecules that can sort of work along those pathways in all of this is based on leveraging existing data so using previous research Training up models we can learn relationships between things like structure and activity and then applying those models to new data. Or you know. Maybe drug already been approved to repurpose them as therapeutic agents. Yeah so bringing it back to your company Can you describe what see as does as kind of an elevator pitch sir. Sorta the short version here. So we're a division of the american chemical society being specialize in designing scientific information solutions that help organizations essentially be more efficient by leveraging the work and learnings of other scientists in our recent focus has gone beyond just our products like science finder which mary mentioned before Providing customized services to drive things like enhanced scientific data management increased scientific workflow efficiency are probably most relevant to the discussion here enabling high-value high high-precision initiatives required customized data sets coupled with scientific expertise

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"american chemical society" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And Steve on my talk 1071 everything entertainment. Steve is out. My Shannon is in this's interest. Sitting there is a new beer like no other. Yes, And you're excited about it right? And I'm not normally a beer fan. You know, I'm not, You know either. No, I'm not a beer fan. I'm definitely you know, I'm a white wine lady s O when I saw this, but I was I was reading these articles on pop sugar dot com And this is the headline that caught me said No, you're not dreaming. Dole whip beer Israel and it's made with actual pineapples. And I was amazed how excited my taste buds got when I read that, and I was like I was like, Okay, I would go him get that and the can looks very appropriate that like the pictures that they did have to promote this product. I'm a fan of the pineapple even on pizza, which I know is a controversial states. I know that's a very controversial stance. And so I was really excited to hear about this. Especially since it's it's supposedly dole whip sour beer. And when I do try the new beer varieties. I like those sours that they came out recently. I don't like the super hops he wants, but I do like this ours. Assume I was all excited to go and get this and it turns out they released this. It was a special release by first magnitude brewing company and they had it mostly in Florida, and it's already sold out. I know it was. Yeah, I was super soft. He really kind of excited when I saw the headlines and I'm like, Oh, I will go find that can't Where can I pick it up in my local, You know, liquor store? Nope. I can't get it So they said Ln Italy they liked it so much. That they were going to get some more because it sold out like immediately. You know what? I bet these damn kids. I'm telling you what this is E bet it with on tic tac or something. You know where or on social media or, you know, a bar, stool sports or something like that, Because This happened with a I think it was a sangria on. I can't remember the name of it, but it was sold out everywhere. And I finally found it at a liquor store in like moose Lake or sturgeon lakes because it was gone in a flash. You mean Yes. Okay. Yeah, because the distributor's couldn't keep up with the demand because there was so much buzz surrounding it because It once it hits the Internet. Oh, gosh, you know, and some of those, you know, Instagram and Tic tac, and I don't remember what it was that something went viral, and then now it's gone. And that's how I feel about this thing. I'm like, darn it. I was like with part of the the name the Dole whip. Yeah, don't hours what it is, and I just feel like, especially this time of year. That sounds like just super awesome and refreshing. Like you were sitting outside and you're having a nice socially distance cocktail. Which your people out around guys he brought in earlier the bonfire out in your driveway. This sound that sounded like a really good You know, 60, a refreshing summer drink for me. So they come back out with it. If my that I don't know if I would even try that, that that I could see that at the state fair. Oh, agreed. That would've been a front thing. They're right. It's just that time of year. We go. I feel like that's the you know, when this is the time of year that I do want to try all of those lime driven Citrus driven, you know, cocktails, and especially that's when I'll give one of these beers. A shot is this time. Me too? I know State fair and for now agreed, anyway, all right, Well, let me know when you find that. Yes, try it. I'll make sure that I kept like 26 packs. Just weaker chick. Right? Right. Make it a case. Correct. Well does get no good. Want beer will sit in my fridge forever. Planning ahead, though. We got friends. We could go through the case. We could go through my driveway, right? I'm good with it. I'm I'm good with it. Okay? I have news on milk. Chocolate chemists have created a new milk chocolate, okay? So dark chocolate we know is supposedly better for you than milk chocolate. We have convinced ourselves that dark chocolate is a health food. Exactly. Well, it's funny. You say that because I got these little power up little individual bags of Of just a trail mix, correct Costco and they've got teeny tiny little pieces of dark chocolate in the mix, and I'm like, yes, yeah, you get me dark chocolates, one of those things that they're just enough studies that we say that is good for us than it is, but we go but you need like, like what you have in your trail mix like little pieces of it. We convince yourself it's so healthy weekend devour a whole bar. Okay, like it's a health food, which it's not. But still, I like I need all of those. Things for exactly okay, So apparently people like the taste of milk chocolate more. Okay, So this is good news for those people. Researchers at the American Chemical Society have figured out a way to make it healthier, and they give it even more antioxidants and dark chocolate without affecting its flavor or texture..

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Will the Paper of the Future Be Made of Poop?

BrainStuff

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Will the Paper of the Future Be Made of Poop?

"It's become an evergreen piece of advice for aspiring writers. Put Your Butt in the chair and write a first draft no matter how crappy. Now thanks to a breakthrough in chemical technology that first draft can be literally crap or at least printed on it researchers announced at a meeting of the American Chemical Society in March of two thousand eighteen. That it's possible to turn manure from cows elephants goats and other grass munchers into yes paper as you may already know. Paper is made from cellulose. That usually comes from trees. Not every place has a lot of trees but as we all know everybody poops and some of those poopers leave patties around for stepping in or collecting if you of a mind to collect poop like these. Acs scientists are one of the researchers who presented this idea at the ACS meeting in question Alexander Bismarck. Phd was driving around Crete and watched goats eat grass and poop it out. He thought that maybe the goats were doing to the grass. What paper manufacturers due to trees turn it into cellulose that could be made into paper? Because of course that's what you think of while you're driving around an idyllic island. Chretien excursions some animals. It turns out do a pretty good job. Pooping out paper cellulose depending on. Which animal is doing? The Manure Manufacturing Bismarck said in a press statement up to forty percent of that manure is cellulose which is then easily accessible to make paper from trees. The TREES HAVE TO BE GROUND. Way Down by machine into a pulp before being made into proper paper. Goats do that work for free. Every day of their grass munching poop lieven lives. The only thing they require is more grass which makes more poop which makes more paper and they need some water to drink and maybe scratches on their little chins but either way. It's a more environmentally friendly process than traditional papermaking and it's not just goats. The researchers moved onto piles of Paddy's from horses cows and elephants to elephants in wildlife parks in Africa. Our number one at going number two at the San Francisco Zoo alone. An adult male African elephant can produce three hundred pounds. That's one hundred thirty six kilos of Pooh. That's a lot of potential paper. The first uses for this PU paper would probably be industrial according to the researchers it could filter wastewater before it's released into the environment which seems fitting but papyrus or Nanno paper as the researchers rather boringly call. It could also be used to write on. So don't give up fellow writers. Our first drafts could soon be really truly crappy.

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Leo Baekeland Announced Bakelite - February 8, 1909

This Day in History Class

03:25 min | 1 year ago

Leo Baekeland Announced Bakelite - February 8, 1909

"Or wherever. You get your podcasts. In this day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm eve and you're listening to this day in history class. A podcast for people interested interested in the big and small moments in history. Today is February. Eighth Twenty twenty. The day was February. Eighth nineteen thousand nine Belgian chemist. Leo Bake Land announced his invention of Bake lite to the public. Bake lite was the first truly synthetic resin fake. Lynn was born in Belgium. Jim In eighteen sixty three. He got his bachelor of Science at the University of and a couple of years later he received his doctorate of science bakelman invented Velox photographic paper and by the late nineteenth century. He was wealthy. He sold his velox paper rights to Eastman Kodak for a million dollars. Yes and at that point. He moved into his snug rock estate in Yonkers New York there. He had a home laboratory. Where he worked with his assistant Nathaniel Thurlowe? Oh in the lab bacon began experimenting with combinations of all and formaldehyde years earlier. Scientists experimenting with the Substances Senses reported that the combination formed a hard material other chemist had been working with final and Formaldehyde to create a material that that could compete commercially with Lloyd but they were unsuccessful Bake Lynn and Thurlow began working on creating a synthetic shellac since natural. Natural selleck was in short supply was used to insulate electrical cables but since it was made from a resin secreted by a bug there wasn't enough of it to meet demand hand they did create a female formaldehyde. SHELLAC called Nova lack but it flopped. They switched gears to creating a synthetic resin that could be infused in would to strengthen it. Bacon started writing in a new laboratory notebook in June of nineteen seven documenting the tests using the mixture. Sure on wood. In his June nineteenth century he wrote the following in part all these tests were conducted in concentrated horizontal digest and and the apparatus was a reasonably tight yet. The surface of the blocks of wood does not feel hard although a small part of gum that has moved out is very hard at first. He called the substance Substance D but soon he began referring to it as bake lite with two days in a lecture he gave to the New York. Section of the American Chemical Society on February eighth. Nineteen O nine Bacon announced his invention in it. He said by the use of small amounts of basis I have succeeded in preparing a solid

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"american chemical society" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Less than those in Arlington so interesting. She you on that Arlington. It's right. She will not bad pizza speaking of Chewing Chuck and Pizza. Let's just answer. This question is new. York City's as water the key ingredient to New York City bagels and pizza I think I mean you can't definitively say but I think it does have something to do with it for sure. It's got not too because scientists involved. So here's the thing. The water from the catskills in from the Delaware is naturally soft. meaning that it's low in calcium in magnesium and where do you fall on loving softer hard water. I'm a hard water guy. Same here meme when I lived in Arizona. They had soft water where I lived in. My sister's house that I lived in in most of the houses had water softener era. I guess hardening units or whatever. You're in the house because you can't feel clean like you never feel like you got the shampoo or the Saaf it's awful. It's just awful. Does anyone like saltwater. I don't know Weirdos probably I mean hard water sorry no I had it all backwards. Okay so so you like soft water. Yeah that's why and that's why I actually. That's why misspoke they had water softeners right in Arizona because the water was hard New York water soft. I like soft okay. I alike hard water. Typically because I feel like I'm clean afterward but soft water like just the New York. Water is fine with me but a softened like a chemically softened water. I can't stand really yes interesting. But New York's is naturally soft so it doesn't have calcium magnesium or it's very low win those things comparatively and that actually has an effect on taste like calcium and magnesium can provide like a bitter taste to water. So there's one thing that they're saying Mike Okay. The dough isn't going to taste naturally bitter because of the calcium magnesium. That's something that is something and it also interacts with the flower. If you'RE GONNA GONNA make a Bagel or a bialy pizza crust. Sure you can be. You know a lot of things when you're baking but those are the big three New York you're going to be using flour and water water as your base for your dough and hard water the minerals In those tap water are going to fortify the gluten. And they're gonNA make it tough and less flexible. You don't WanNa too soft though because it will have the opposite effect. It'll be gooey and you won't be able to work it as well right. And apparently the American Chemical Society says New York City tap water is as the goldilocks of Bagel water It is just right. Yep Not too hard not too soft just perfect for a Bagel for pizza and that the American chemical society quote came from a Smithsonian article and they went on to say probably though it's actually the techniques that New Yorkers used to make bagels like they poach coach the Bagel dough. I like they boil it that. That's the only way to do a Bagel shirk voice not a Bagel no. It's not a big doughnut and it's not a donut basically Gli and then they also will they'll let the yeast sit for a little while to make it ferment. which creates volatile flavor compounds so It just tastes better. They're saying probably those are the reasons. why New Yorkers make better bagels or pizza and it's not really the water the water's it just contributes a very small amount? I think it's all those things why not knowing can say for certain. So let's say yes it. Is Things well if you you all know more about New York. City's tap water. Go on the New York City and try their tap water and since I said that it's time for listener mail. Everybody I'm going to call this Health Rolling and we talked about keeping houses. But the podcast guys. Just finish up trick or treating in You're talking about rolling houses. I grew up in Franklin Tennessee where we used to roll houses all the time in Franklin Tennessee for people don't know is is where a lot of big shot the Nashville bigwigs live. Because you can buy a huge house with lots of land that was chuck speaking right. Funny thing though. Oh guys. I'm back to being brandon. Okay funny thing that guys my neighbor was Brad. Paisley is a couple of years before his first Grammy Award and once we found this out we knew that we had to get them so my sister gathered all of our friends dressed in black and snuck out to roll this country. Music Stars House. We were halfway through the job when his freaking tour bus rolled up on US adverse. We all ran away frightened but we were pretty much caught in the act nowhere to go. He got off the bus and was super nice about the whole thing actually. He gave us a quick tour. The tour bus chatted us up for a little while we even cleaned up a little bit of mess. We had made and left starstruck. I highly doubt he remembers that night. At all what my friends and I will certainly never forget anyway. That's all I got guys. Have a spooky Halloween that is from Brandon. Saunders that is very nice brandon. Thanks a lot for that email and hats off to Brad Paisley for being so cool. He doesn't tickets hat off. But all right exactly but also how about just a hat tip then or actually i. I was thinking Kenny Chesney. Because he's bald. None of those guys take their hats off dude so also he hangs out with Peyton manning which means that he must be a good guy right. Oh Yeah Peyton good dude. Sure I'm just start seeing my. Oh that's not going to happen anytime soon pretty soon. You'll see him in augmented reality. And you'RE GONNA say go like it or not Charles. Okay well if you WANNA get in touch with us like Brad Paisley did you can go onto Steffi should know dot com and check out our social links. Thanks and you can also send us a good old fashioned email. 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"american chemical society" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Open over veterans day weekend news brought to you by cutting dental group the parents of a four year old boy who died in Palmdale been arrested for his murder investigators spent months looking into no quadras death lawyer Brian Claypool says the arrests yesterday he had a big impact on family members this is a great sense of relief for myself and his family who cared deeply for now eva Hernandez said she had taken care of for great grand son for a couple of years she stayed with me you know what. the parents originally claimed the boy had drowned antrum only back KFI news LA has dropped its lawsuit against the consulting firm price Waterhouse coopers the lawsuit was over the massive overbilling debacle at the department of water and power LA's city attorney says his office could not move forward with the case because key witnesses have invoked their Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination researchers say tests on monkeys show promise for heroin vaccine it works by producing antibodies against the drug and blocking the high caused by heroin the research in the journal of the American chemical society says the vaccine was most effective in the first month after vaccination but the effect could last for over eight months Facebook says it's gonna try to buy art it's going to try out a feature that some users may not like the company says is going to do a test in Australia to hide the number of thumbs ups and reactions people put on their posts the person doing the posting will still be able to see the count but no one else will Facebook says is trying to make the site less stressful to use. transferring elision park five that north bound side after stadium way crash has been cleared from of the left hand lane now is off to the right hand shoulder but it's still a really heavy right from Broadway heading to Norwalk a five north found is going to be a busy righties are coming away from crime any dead it stays tough all the way up to the six oh five and heading to krone fifty north down after hidden valley parkway there's a stalled car blocking the second lane from the left get ready to tap on those breaks from magnolia Avenue K. find this guide helps get you there faster.

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STEMinists: Mary Engle Pennington

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:31 min | 1 year ago

STEMinists: Mary Engle Pennington

"Should all feel grateful towards she advanced the science related to a key appliance. You use every single day and probably take for granted the refrigerator. We're talking about. Mary Engle Pennington Mary Engle Pennington was born in eighteen seventy two in Nashville Tennessee see soon after she was born Mary's family her mother father and younger sister moved to Philadelphia to be closer to her mother's wealthy quaker relatives. Mary's parents ordered their daughters interests and hobbies as a result. Mary learned to garden with her father. At a young age she also Oh love to read and spent hours on end at her local library. It was there that she had her first break. Through all reading the book on Medical Chemistry Mary Very was studying a chapter on nitrogen and oxygen when something clicked she later told The New Yorker. I realized Liberty Hoop that although I couldn't touch taste or smell them the really existed it was a milestone. Mary was twelve years old when she had that. Aha moment and from that point on she wanted to learn everything she could about chemistry. Unfortunately the rest of society wasn't so keen on Mary's budding in curiosity at that time studying scientists considered unladylike. Mary tried to convince the head of her boarding school to allow her awesome instruction in chemistry but the headmistress refused still Mary's fascination with medical book didn't go away she went to the university -versity of Pennsylvania which was located near her house and demanded a professor there. Give her some instruction. Despite the fact that she was still only twelve years old the professor told her he would consider teaching her if she learned to read and spell the words in the book and returned when she was older though she didn't didn't return to that specific professor she did return to the University of Pennsylvania in eighteen ninety s she was the only woman in her class and studied chemistry and biology in the university town scientific school to earn a certificate of proficiency she had to settle for that instead of a Bachelor's slurs degree which was denied due to her gender nevertheless she returned and earned a PhD in the same field in eighteen ninety five the University of Pennsylvania was one of the only schools to get doctorate degrees to women at that time after graduating with her PhD. Mary created her own lab. The Philadelphia Clinical Laboratory to analyze different bacteria. She took aim at the ice cream supply she she educated farmers about safety practices while handling raw milk in order to prevent outbreaks of sickness in Nineteen Zero Five Mary Bet Harvey Wiley a famous chemist and the two began working together on cold storage and refrigeration the next year thanks in part art to Harvey Wiley the Pure Food and drug act passed which tightened regulations on food labelling and safety the government created the bureau of chemistries mysteries food research lab to help fulfill the safety requirements outlined in the law and Harvey Wanted Mary to be in charge after all she got the top top score on the exam required to enter Federal Service. Harvey was so sure that Mary was the best choice but he tried to conceal the fact that she was a woman woman. I referring to her only as Emmy Pennington on the necessary paperwork his trickery was soon discovered but harvey continued the fight by arguing that Mary couldn't be denied simply on account of gender. Mary was hired to leave the lab her work in that lab established. The foundation of today's food knowledge that keeping bacteria count low and refrigerated foods like milk eggs and cheese is instrumental to food safety. She also also developed standards for processing chickens for food led an investigation of the refrigerated boxcar and served on Herbert hoovers war food administration station during World War One in nineteen nineteen. Mary left her work for the federal government to continue research in her own lab about the safety of frozen foods foods through her later research. She discovered that freezing food was a more viable storage method than canning or smoking during her career. Mary won the Garvan Olin Medal the highest award given to women in the American Chemical Society in Nineteen twenty-three she was is recognized by the American Society of heating refrigeration and air conditioning engineers as the greatest American expert on home refrigeration. She's also also in the National Women's hall of fame throughout her career. Mary encouraged young women to participate in the sciences including her own meese who also went on to pursue a stem degree. Mary passed away in a hospital in nineteen fifty two. She was eighty years old. Today we might take Mary and go Pennington Science for granted but she helped save millions of lives by educating society about food safety

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"american chemical society" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on KCRW

"I had a lot of influence over at whether or not opioids were prescribed Jackie forty a reporting for the public median age of state impact Oklahoma covering this case thank you so much checking thanks this is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition NPR's novocaine talks to Nigel sizer chief programme officer at the rainforest alliance about the impact the fires are having on the communities and species that live in the rainforest and around one hundred fifty lead ultra runners from across the world are in Milwaukee this week to clock as many laughs during a six day period as possible with the run is expected to reach upwards of six hundred miles those stories coming up on morning edition formed and stay that way left right and center is KCRW's legacy political roundtable on here since nineteen ninety six our shows mission is right there in the name catch left right and center every Friday at one in seven right here on KCRW now this from KCRW knows as California tries to get a handle on the expanding legal cannabis market here's another obstacle something about chocolate throws off the ability of testing labs to accurately analyze the amount of THC and pot brownies KCRW's Eric rice says that mystery is a hot topic at this week's American chemical society meeting in San Diego legal marijuana gummies protein bars and other edibles come with labels listing how much THC they contain that's the active ingredient that gets you high but scientists recently discovered that chocolate throws off their tests so brown your cookie that's listed as having ten milligrams of THC could have much more and that means consumers can get higher than they planned to David Johnson is the lead researcher at CW analytical laboratories in Oakland company that tests cannabis Dawson who was presented his findings to the American chemical society I think that some of the THC is clinging to the fat in chocolate effectively hiding from the chemical tests KCRW's Eric Roy you're listening to morning edition on eighty nine.

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A smartphone app can detect tiny amounts of norovirus in water

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

A smartphone app can detect tiny amounts of norovirus in water

"Engineers in Arizona say they've come up with a way to detect tiny amounts of a virus that can lead to illness through contaminated drinking water NPR Joe Palca has more according to the centers for disease control and prevention norovirus causes some twenty million cases of acute gastrointestinal illness each year in the United States while the majority of those cases come from contaminated food the virus can also occasionally be found in drinking water the new test mixes tiny fluorescent polystyrene beads with the water sample the beads are coated with a substance that attach is to the norovirus and causes clubs to form in the sample if the virus is present a smartphone camera with a low cost microscope attached can see these clumps of their their details of how the device works are being presented at the American chemical society national meeting in San Diego Joe Palca

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"american chemical society" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Well one of the ways is coming up with more sustainable energy and and a new paper out of Stanford University researchers have published in American Chemical Society's A._C._S. Omega describing a new who battery they have designed that makes use of something. That's called blue energy got any the idea what blue energy might be guesses time and space. I don't know not so complex. That's not so complex thinks simpler blue number five closer okay blue like the ocean. This is energy that comes from seawater energy that comes from the diffusion gradient of salts from seawater saltwater to freshwater so a battery theory that could be built to produce energy in places where salty ocean water mingles with freshwater this could produce lots of renewable energy love this this now. Why are you loving this isn't this we're talking about putting a gradient the power plant where salmon would need to go into not necessarily what they have already done in their proof of concept with this paper is co <music> oriented a test energy of test battery <hes> at a coastal wastewater treatment and so this is something that I find very interesting? Wastewater treatment is a huge energy sink. We need lots of energy.

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How Hazardous Is Peeing in the Pool?

BrainStuff

03:52 min | 2 years ago

How Hazardous Is Peeing in the Pool?

"This episode is brought to you by the Capital, One saver card, earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply. Welcome to brainstorm a production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here with summer fast approaching here in the United States. We need to talk about swimming pools, and the dirty secret of swimmers peeing in the pool. It's not just gross, according to the American Chemical Society, it's bad for our health research has shown that there are about thirty two eighty milliliters of urine per person in public pools. That's about one to three ounces or about a shot glass full per person to counteract the urine, and other stuff that winds up in the water like sweat Slava dirt, end, traces of fecal matter. We add chemical disinfectants to keep pools clear and clean and keep us from picking up bugs like salmonella and E clai and those disinfectants are doing their job. But unfortunately that's not all they're doing those disinfectants can react with urine, sweat hair, and body care products and other organic matter that winds up in pools and create what researchers call disinfection byproducts or db peas these byproducts can cause serious. Health concerns, especially for professional swimmers, and people who work around pools, chronic inhalation of db peas can cause respiratory problems, such as asthma, and are the main reason for the red burning eyes, you may experience in the pool. And the number one culprit is you guessed it urine, which causes half of the db peas found in pools in the air around them. Urine contains Iria a chemical that reacts with chlorine to form. Trichloride mean the compound that makes a pool smell, like a pool. You'll never enjoy that smell again, it's also the one to blame for I burn and respiratory issues a real problem for competitive swimmers who spent so much time in the water, but cutting down on db peas tough since you're getting in the pool is something almost everyone does. It's just easier than getting out to take a leak and people mistakenly think the chlorine will just take care of it even Olympic swimmer, Michael, Phelps, and Ryan locked e joke about their pool ping, Ernest Blatch Lee, and environmental engineer at Purdue University said in an article in chemical and engineering news. High profile. Swimmers have a real opportunity to take position of leadership. And responsibility, the best thing that swimmers could do to improve the swimming environment for themselves. And for everybody else who uses the pool is to practice. Commonsense hygiene, that means I taking a shower before getting into the pool to rinse off much of the dirt sweat, and lotion, our bodies carry around and second, but most important, don't pee in the pool. But what about the ocean fish p there? So why not humans right? Well, you're in luck. It's absolutely okay to swim and p with the fishes. Today's episode was written by Karen, Kirkpatrick, and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other sort of gross, but important topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for more podcasts, my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology, or great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with Chelsea handler. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Tennessee Whiskey Relies on Missing Ingredients

60-Second Science

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Tennessee Whiskey Relies on Missing Ingredients

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata all bourbon, whiskey doesn't have to be made in bourbon county Kentucky. But it does have to be produced from at least fifty one percent corn. And it has to be aged in unused charred oak barrels Tennessee, whiskey on the other hand must be made in Tennessee as the name implies. And in addition to the steps that create a bourbon, the distilled whiskey undergoes, another one called the Lincoln county process where you take your fresh whiskey this lie and you filter through sugar maple charcoal. It's also called charcoal mellowing trend. Curly is a graduate student in food science at the university of Tennessee institute of agriculture and just for the record personally, I prefer bourbon whiskey filtration through charcoal made from the wood of the sugar maple tree is known to mellow the flavor of Tennessee whiskeys like Jack Daniels, but the underlying chemistry was a bit. More of a mystery. So curly teamed up with the sugar Lynn's distilling company in Gatlinburg Tennessee to. Put their whiskey to the test. He used gas chromatography coupled with actual human sniffing to identify about three dozen aromatic compounds contributing to the whiskeys flavor profile, he then tracked the quantities of four of them to branch dock halls and two ethyl esters before. And after the Lincoln county process turns out the charcoal stripped out, a third of the branched alcohols in nearly half of the ethyl esters curly's advisor food chemist, John Peterman Afo. Hey, co message is that the branched alcohols and at the last Jewish that we analyzed in this study decreased, and that the distillate was smoother tasting and less harsh after the Lincoln county process. The researchers presented the work at an American Chemical Society meeting in Orlando and the goal. Curly says is to take some of the guesswork out of making great, whiskey, especially when the stakes are high. There was a head to Stiller at one of the big bourbon distilleries who said you really only get two chances to make a fifteen year old with. Munaf again, basically, we're just optimizing the tools to help the distillers get to the flavor profile that they want as for the flavor profile. He wants well. I'm not saying that Tennessee, whiskey is better just is. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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People eat this deadly poisonous fish all the time. Why?

Curiosity Daily

02:00 min | 2 years ago

People eat this deadly poisonous fish all the time. Why?

"Today in weird foods that are incredibly poisonous that people eat anyway. Okay. Now, hold on listener know, what you're thinking if thinking, okay. This is some weird obscure food thing is trendy and like one place, but this is a really popular big cultural thing in a huge portion of the planet. I feel like if you said, what's one poisonous thing? That's a delicacy. People would say this food, and that food is pufferfish they're considered the second most poisonous vertebrate on earth right behind the golden poison frog of Columbia, and this isn't just some weird eccentric food from one or two places in the world. There are chefs who specifically trained to cook this delicacy, especially in Japan, China and other parts of southeast Asia. That's because the flesh of pufferfish is considered a delicacy in certain parts of the world. They're deadly because of a neuro toxin called. Tetrotoxin? It's produced by tibia that live inside the fish kind of like, how bacteria in your gut produces all sorts of smelly substances. One pufferfish has enough of the stuff to kill thirty people. That's why people have to train for two years before they can call themselves fubu chefs and even then five people die every year from eating this stuff. It's not just the flavor that draws people in though, small doses of neuro toxins have been known to create a feeling of euphoria. So it's almost like you're eating something. Tasty and feeling like you've taken a drug all in one consider this story, a public service announcement, so you know, the risks. If you see Puffer fish on the menu at a high end restaurant, but consider this to in January twenty thousand nineteen researchers announced in the American Chemical society's journal of agriculture and food chemistry that they'd identified the major compounds that make pufferfish so tasty. So who knows maybe someday we could all experience that delicious fish without the deadly side effects. Yes, waiter. I'll. Uh-huh. To the pufferfish could you please hold the deadly neuro-toxins. They could kill me. Yes. Thank you. That's exactly how it order it using that voice surfeit. I mean, it's a fancy restaurant. That's how everyone's supposed to

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"american chemical society" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Mind. There's a big difference. It's a huge thing. If it were it would not be good still. But if it were three hundred thousand and then when you say, oh, it's five hundred thousand. Okay. Okay. This is a million million Scoville units. And by the way, also learned from our friend Jimmy at east coast wings and grill one of the owners of one of the locations. He also said that the rule of thumb for measuring sculpture units is one drop a water neutralizes, one Scovill measurement. So for example, green bell pepper, right? Belt. Beth nothing. It's one hundred skull units. Okay. And so you need a hundred drops of water to neutralize it. Water milk. Does a better job. He got into that as well. He said milk. Not a good idea. Oh, a lot of misinformation we love. I see people in I see some YouTube videos people eating hot stuff, and they only drink. Yeah. I see it on TV what you wanna do. But for example, Habanero. You would need two hundred and fifty thousand drops of water to neutralize the heat. So we need a million drops of water to neutralize. However that how you measure that. I don't know how you measure Scovill unis said milk as I said is a Portuguese. Why he said it doesn't mix. Well, the acid in it doesn't mix well with the peppers and milk doesn't mix. Well with my belly in general. So. Choose if you want to do it. I would've still do because I've had before milk seemed to help me you can have we'll have milk and water and stuff. I still in on the bet I'm still on the bed. I just disappointed now. I was disappointed. I'd had more time because he sent me an Email. I was like, okay. Think about it. I can't even I can't really even process. I can't either there's American Chemical Society. What set says milk helps break the bonds the Bosnia forms from the nerve receptors of why? I think you saying when it gets in your stomach it can make me feel. Does Rancho because like I said there's got to be read whatever you want. I'm still in even though it's nearly four times what we thought it was the heat level for this Super Bowl bet. Sanity wing one million Scoville units. How about a bite as opposed to the whole thing? Well, how do you measure a bite? I think you just eat the wing. Do you take a big by the wing shoot about? We're not going to say, oh, you don't get this piece of meat. He's going to be on the outside. Make us her Matt I'm still in hugs. I'm in I'm in Jason Goodman. Nope. Not doing it. Come on. You just change the whole thing. I had set my process everything for three hundred thousand and now it's a million times. There's no way your taste buds can tell the difference in the skull. Right. Wall. But my pain. Well, yeah, it is a little hotter. A lot hotter. Ibm IBS. I'm gonna have to bring Vassil Lena my land for my. Know what to do to prepare some girl sent me on Facebook. She's like terrified that I'm doing this. And she has sent me paragraphs in paragraphs of stuff. She saying I should go to the doctor and get this acid cocktail they can pay up for me. So I could take it before. And after Saddam that's my stomach got permanently. Well. Right. We know that. Do whatever you need to do as long as you do the bat. It's kind of hard for us to do the bat in your the patriots fan. We're not. We're not Rams fans. We just took the other team. I'll do it. Because.

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"american chemical society" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Do you like hot and spicy food? If so you're into pain because that's spicy sensation from hot peppers is not taste. It's not a flavor. It is the sensation of pain. According to an American Chemical society's YouTube video the cause is a compound called cap Sason. It's a colorless odorless substance. That's most heavily concentrated around the tissue of a pepper. It's also the ingredient in pepper spray it binds to pain receptors in your mouth, those same pain receptors that detect hot substances like boiling water as well. As acidic food. What the video also shows is that when you eat something that's too spicy water is about the worst thing you could drink. It's like mixing oil in water. The water doesn't dilute the caps ace, and it just spreads it around the mouth. Making things worse. The best thing to drink is milk as dairy products attract and dissolve cap Sason. It also turns out that the more hot food you eat the better you can tolerate the heat your tongue gets desensitized if you eat spicy food regularly. And that is something you should know. If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter, you will get additional information that you don't hear on the program and also reminders to listen to the podcast, and you can also subscribe to this podcast. So you never miss an episode. Just subscribe wherever you, listen, I'm Mike her brother's. Thanks for listening today to something you should know..

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"american chemical society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We get a number. That's more like a half. Oh, what per square meter. And that's a factor of between a few and even ten times less than some important estimates by the US department of energy or the IPC, and that means that generate a given amount of power, it takes more land than people thought with wind, and that has more environmental consequences. Well, that's important because I know that you're very interested in solar power. And I believe that the watts per square meter you can get from solar power a bigger than that. Yeah. Solar power is roughly ten times more watts per square meter, and that sounds like a very abstract thing that you only boffin would care about. But the point here is about how much land humans have to dedicate the energy system, which will have environmental and social impacts nothing. We do at the scale of modern energy is going to be impact free burning coal is probably the worst thing. We can do we have to stop doing that. But as we transition we have to think about the relative impact say of wind solar of nuclear power. What have you? And the big import of are fighting. I think is that the land footprint of solar is something like ten times smaller than the land footprint of win for the same generation. And in addition wind has this climate impact, and he's climate impacts her. I think not enough to say you should forget about wind power that we have to start paying attention to them Harvard's, David Keith ruffling feathers there with these new thoughts on wind power. You can get a sense of how ruffled if you look at his timeline on at D Keith climate. There's a link to his papers via his blog site via our web page at bbcworldservicEcom. Now, most scientists David was happy to talk to us because he wants to publicize his work the process of science, go something like this. Find something out tell everyone else about it by publishing the details before the digital age publication was generally done through a profit making journal in a hefty volume. That was delivered to your door by post. We still call them papers. But in the digital age and with increasing emphasis on open songs that model is breaking down. And last week two major publishers to a lawsuit in the state against the science sharing site research gate complaining about violations of copyright similar seat has been rumbling in Europe for year and science journalist down meets sure has been following the disputes. He told me I about the participants Elsevier's the biggest science publisher in the world publishing over two thousand scientific peer reviewed journals. Absolute giants if there's a discipline of science so have more than one journal covering. They're definitely Elsevier's. No, small company. You know, like you say it is a discipline out. They also probably has it covered. They are a big commercial player. That's right. The other party to this complaint is American Chemical Society. Now that the membership of academic chemists and research chemists. That's right. Yeah. So Elsevier's a big for profit company. But you know, the American Chemical Society does have. Subscription journals. It requires researchers to pay to access content, which is essentially it's business model on the other side of this is this organization called research gate. Yeah. Research gate is essentially an academic social networking site allows academics to share they scientific papers online. Basically that's the purpose of it from what's the complaint. The complaint is against article sharing practices of research case. So what else and the American Chemical Society are alleging is that research gate is not strong enough in its policies in allowing pay would content to be uploaded. So essentially, they're saying the uses of research are uploading scientific papers that normally read is would have to pay to access and so as publishers the American Chemical Society and Elsevier all the others as well. They have the copyright. They owned the copyright on the paper that reports the works that scientists that's right. So it's traditional publishers, essentially Elsevier. Spring nature and Bliley for most journals, they publish they owned the copyright Wendy, author publishes, the paper in the journal. But those scientists then uploading copyrighted material to research gate, and there can be freely accessed is that right? That's right. Yeah. So without properly considering the copyright policies, the right to share these scientists are applauding their was onto research, and what else van the American Chemical Society alleging is that research. Kate is not doing a good enough job monitoring, which papers can be applauded in which cont. I mean, the American Chemical Society and Elsevier have taken on. There was this pirate place called scwhab, which was also uploading making freely available scientific papers. So they took on those. And they won that case. That's right. Yeah. So separately, both the Elsevier and the American Chemical Society last year filed lawsuits against scwhab, which you know, is a self claimed pirate website, essentially of more than sixty five million papers scientific papers, regardless of what copyright policy they have online online database, and they took on that website. And they won those lawsuits last year. So. If they're pirate space who the backers for research gate, what kind of an organization is research. So research gate is a for profit company is existed since two thousand eight and it has some big backers. You know, it has the likes the Wellcome Trust, Goldman Sachs. Bill Gates these have all funded research in the park. So it's no small venture and they make their money by targeted advertising, but they are legitimate organization in that sense. Well, that's to be decided it's kind of a gray area because hub almost even open. Access advocates. You know, people who advocate for all types being freely available online, even they would mitt to an extent illegal, whereas research gate is more of a gray area. You know, some people would advocate for it. Just because it promotes open science in a way and some people wouldn't be four Oregon state. You know, they use it because they're this is all happening on the internet. These are all online papers research cases, online all the technical ways copyright can be protected. Oh, definitely I spoke to someone at the American Chemical Society, and they me just. Like YouTube would ask you whether the background music of a video uploading whether that's copyrighted material similar solution. They want to research solution. There's definitely solutions out there and Elsevier and the American Chemical Society they have offered technical solutions to research gate, but what they say is that within the last year. They haven't responded to that all entertain the idea, which I find really surprising to be honest a bit of a no brainer. So quite long hangs on this. Do you think? Yeah. Definitely. The United States has the biggest user base or research gate, where the lawsuit is followed, of course. And the previous case which was filed in Berlin where research is based both of those cases the outcome will be influential. I think you said that this is a tension between scientists who want there stuff published incredible journals most of which are behind pay walls on the other hand, they believe in freely sharing information, which on the whole is being subsidized by governments. And this seems to go to the heart of that tension. Yes. Kind of Roland. You know, a lot of this for me reflects the apathy among researches when it comes to corporate policies. They simply don't care, and they just upload it. They are the customers for these publishers. These publishers aren't going to go after each individual researcher for sharing the article. So as far as the researchers are concerned, you don't tell they're told they can't do something they'll do it. Bluntly, put hope they scientists will still be answering your calls down. Meet we've linked to actual is reporting on our web page at BBC World, Service dot com and finally drugs testing, but not with blood or urine samples with a sweaty fingerprint. Not with a living suspect, but on a corpse, some smart chemistry explained here by its developer university of east and David Russell trucks when they're ingested by somebody whether they're smoked or injected or whatever they metabolize by the body. And then they have to be excreted, and they typically are excreted in urine. 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"american chemical society" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"So an approach that we have used that was developed by others that Nabil's this to access. These are the ways on detected or on characterized bacteria. He's an approach called meta genome IX and within that approach, what one day. Is to isolate all the DNA from that source and then take that DNA and put it into a host organism at hope that the host organism will read that DNA if it was his own and produce the proteins and enzymes there from. So we use that approach and creative library of twenty thousand different e. coli bacteria each producing a little bit of that DNA. And then we synthesize substrates that contained the a antigen, which is the one we focused on so far and look for hits within that library that were capable of cleaning this substrate. Having been found that to hit, we then determine the sequence of the DNA and they're on try to discover which are the genes that responsible. Okay. And how well does it work? The enzyme that you did find that works very well for the antigen. So the enzyme we've got at. The moment using the standard tests used by the Canadian blood services. As our our metric, it can cleave approximately thirty times more quickly than the previous best candidate that was published a while back. So we did a side by side comparison with the two. Now, the consequence of that is that we only need one thirty of the amount to do the job, and that's a of the economically advantageous. But it's also advantages because it's really a sensual that before this blood would be transfused into a human that we are sure that we've removed all this extra bacteria lens. I'm because otherwise I might be a bad immune response to that. So the less you have to add the less to remove because vantage, what will it take to get out of the lab and into broad you? Well, a lot. A lot of safety tests. We are very early stages yet. As I've mentioned, we shown that are enzyme doesn't. Indeed, pasta test of converting a type, two type using the standard test the Canadian blood services. But there are many other tests we now need to do to make sure that this blood is safe to be indeed mixed with other types of blood to make sure no other bad things happen. 'cause it's always possible that with chopped office sugar from somewhere else from some other surface structure that we don't recognize that that might cause problems and we have to do the experiments to show that is not the case at make sense. Safety would be number one, of course going through patients bodies. Yes, indeed, Dr weather's thank you very much for coming on the show. You're very welcome. Dr. Steven, withers, the professor in the department of chemistry and biochemistry at the university of British Columbia. He presented his new research this week at the meeting of the American Chemical Society..

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"american chemical society" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"New order exit, whoa, order you all, sir, and excess excess. They used more than synthesizers though that wasn't just a synthesized driven band, guitars. They had drums right and actual musical instruments. I like in excess scared me having extracted the straw from your milkshake in Seattle and ruined your tea experience in San Francisco. America's anti straw, crusaders have now moved onto a new cause banning birthday balloons. Plastic bags. Straws are banned in some places and balloons could be next. Why? Well, because when they come down, they choke fish, okay, they they kill the kill animals who are stupid enough to eat them. Wait a minute. These are the folks that pushed Darwin, so I know should be okay with this? No, actually it was I, the first thing wasn't actually straws. The first thing was plastic bags number. They tried to they've, in fact, they have been plastic bags and many grocery stores than the plastic straws. And now the stink in balloons I, they came for the plastic bags and did nothing. I don't care. I don't go grocery shopping food. Then they came for straws that I did nothing because I don't use straw straight from the Cup, and they came for balloon and nobody's there to save the balloon. So so wait a minute. What state is this? Where is this happening again? Well, it's it's kind of happening all over the place, but Illinois is one of the places where they're talking about eliminating balloons because of the environmental impact. Now we can find other things they say to celebrate birthday parties with, oh no, we can't. You can do something else. Clemson university is ending their tradition now. So in South Carolina to, yes, South Carolina for Clemson, right. They're ending their tradition of releasing ten thousand balloons into the year before games. That's how many, how many fish did they kill doing that year? After year? After year, probably game after game after game in the ten thousand balloons released before regain, you murderers, you murderers nothing. But for the game, at least Nebraska fans. Wait until we score a touchdown, and whether it's been some games, but we just. Okay. Researchers, say disposable contacts could also be a major source of plastic in the environment that need to go, go blind according to the American Chemical Society. Twenty percent of people were disposable lenses, flushed them down the toilet or wash them down the sink, an estimated forty, five million people wear contact lenses in the US alone. I mean, they wanna take everything from us. Yeah, they want us to third world affiliation of America. It's well underway after the balloons. They'll come for the plastic water bottles. Believe me the water bottles will be next because. Those are are used a lot, and those are thrown away a lot. There's a lot of them. And where do they go. Land to the landfill to the dump. They go to that Texas recycled thing out in the ocean. That's what it is. That's, and that's what it is out into the great Pacific garbage. Even liberals can't locate, but does that not start to hit close to home with liberals and water bottles? I mean, you gotta you gotta think that at some point because it's already starting to affect their lot as right, the little Starbucks, Coffee lids or whatever. Yeah. Well, and they were asked, okay, so if we get rid of, we're not see this was this another campus reform because I just saw somebody asked on the street. Okay, they got rid of the guy has straws. They got rid of. They're getting rid of balloons. And the woman said next should be the plastic lids that come on coffee. Okay. What are you going to put on them then? Tell you what? There's nothing. I got it. Let's just show up at Starbucks and just hold our mouths underneath the coffee make, is that what we're going to start doing now? I can't take it man. If you can do that with the heat. What is that? I want to try that. Maybe that's something we do for the show. Put your mouth under one of those burning hot coffee machines arm leashed blaze radio network..

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Asia Argento will lose her job at 'X Factor Italy' if sexual assault claims are true

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Asia Argento will lose her job at 'X Factor Italy' if sexual assault claims are true

"News Italy, reacts, now to allegations had Harvey Weinstein accuser Osceola are Gento paid off an undercover rather underage actor after sexually assaulting him in the wake of a New York, Times story that as a gentle paid a three hundred Nine, hundred thousand dollars settlement for a sexual assault claim the producers of the Italian X-factor say they will end their contract with, the Italian actress filmmaker if the claims proved true at. Genta was one of the first women to go on the record about her alleged raped by Weinstein. And became. A major spokesperson for the. Metoo movement the, times reported that a gentle paid a former child actor the settlement in, April after an alleged sexual. Encounter when he was seventeen some three years ago, Megan Williams ABC news

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Maple leaf 'Botox' could prevent wrinkles

Brett Winterble

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Maple leaf 'Botox' could prevent wrinkles

"Counts including first degree murder in the deaths of his pregnant wife and two kids well county district. Attorney Michael Rourke says thirty old Christopher watts is being held accountable for the death of his unborn child. Is, well we filed one count of. Unlawful tampering excuse me unlawful termination of a pregnancy in. The first degree which is a classroom selling. As a result. Of Shannon being pregnant at the time of her death earlier today that the watts family visited, San Diego a couple of months. Ago in Hillcrest. Today a grand opening celebration for another new fire station in San Diego news as Amanda shot ski has more this is replacing this new, fire station replacing a station. That was here since nineteen fifty one this one has a lot of updates

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"american chemical society" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Designated by gender any longer the north Kansas City school district has installed gender-neutral restrooms at two elementary schools. That opened this past week the school district also renovated bathrooms at north Kansas City, high school and a two sixth, grade centers with a gender neutral design that design comes a year after the district drew national attention, when oak park high school crowned a transgender student as homecoming Queen Well seeing better could be hurting the environment there are billions. Of disposable contact lenses out there but there's new concern that even if you dispose, of them they don't, go away, researchers in a meeting of the American Chemical Society found those old lenses or adding to the growing problem of Mike Roby pollution in waterways. As many as twenty percent of disposable contacts are flushed. Down the toilet or dropped in the sink the. Researchers say contacts tend to be denser than water which means they sink and this, could pose a threat to aquatic, life there suggestion see your way clear to put disposable lenses with other solid trash and not in, the sewer system Sam Litzinger CBS news WBZ news time to twenty two, the backstreet boys were forced to call off a show in Oklahoma yesterday. After severe weather came through the area and injured fourteen fans the concert was being held at an outdoor stage at a casino and resort in Fakher Ville Oklahoma when a sudden storm packing. Winds up to, eighty miles an hour struck people at, the concert were told to seek shelter but some standing on line stayed. Outside and, were hit by entrance trust is knocked down by the storm many were treated on the scene and..

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14 injured outside Backstreet Boys concert at casino

WBZ Afternoon News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

14 injured outside Backstreet Boys concert at casino

"Two, the backstreet boys were forced to call off a show in Oklahoma yesterday. After severe weather came through the area and injured fourteen fans the concert was being held at an outdoor stage at a casino and resort in Fakher Ville Oklahoma when a sudden storm packing. Winds up to, eighty miles an hour struck people at, the concert were told to seek shelter but some standing on line stayed. Outside and, were hit by entrance trust is knocked down by the storm many were treated on the scene and.

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'Little Red' 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 found after 50 years, could be worth millions

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

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"Morning to you MTA gown WBZ news top stories now New Hampshire police are actively investigating after a teenager or. Shot, at as he entered a. Portsmouth home looking for a party well it was the wrong house apparently he had the. Wrong address and started. The homeowners who were. Asleep at a time. T was not injured any book by Aaron Hernandez's lawyer is out it's called. Unnecessary roughness inside a trial and a final days of Aaron Hernandez the book includes three. Suicide notes Hernandez road the night before he died and in taxes some school systems are helping illegal immigrant children

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"american chemical society" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"It was terrifying and um and we were hoping for the best and it it is the right now the best of all possible outcomes some we'll move forward and i'll do the show as planned but disc of course keep a positive thought and send your best wishes and your love to kevin as he heels up okay all right let's get started let's start with the booze news xiaowei the seems to be a recurring theme on the ralph report where we talk about all the good things at boos does for him then you know i'm a fan well this is good news is well the american chemical society which already sans we'll shake me sets like a group i may not necessarily have a lot of faith in but the american chemical society is talking about a study in which they found a gavin's ag a v i n s a gavin's or a natural natural sugar which is found in the agabi plant and it can be used to lower blood glucose levels for people with type 2 diabetes and help obese people lose weight these natural sugars can actually help you lose weight now these a governs uh they try to use them in artificial sweeteners like a god v syrup an aspect to aspartame aspartame um but it's just not working the uh the purest form of the a gavin's or a galvin's i guess you would say are actually found in you it tequila that's right the agabi plant is used to make to kill and they've found that the pure untempered with a galvin's are found in good old tequila so if you drink tequila it's actually good for you it will help reduce your blood glucose levels if you have diabetes and if you are a obese it'll help you lose weight.

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"american chemical society" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on Super Station 101

"It for you you have to do that take responsibility for yourself and also be great example for your kids there watching you they're watching everything you do not know what we say we all know that by now they do what we do it's amazing something to think about walnuts maybe the top nut for heart health web and be said that walnuts are the number one nut for heart health says a researcher through presented the findings sunday at the american chemical society annual meeting this because walnuts were found to have more antioxidants and betterquality antioxidant than any other nut tested joe vincent phd is a researcher at university in pennsylvania he said that any oxidants protect cells we know that against nam which caused by harmful molecules known as free radicals the damage can play a role at heart disease and other heart era health conditions actually nuts are good for your heart we know that vincent says but they can lower cholesterol reduced to oxidative oxidative stress caused by the free radicals and decrease unhealthy inflammation would vincent analyze the amount of any oxidants founded walnuts in a variety of other nuts walnuts came out on top twenty eight grams of walnuts an outs at more antioxidants in that some of what an average person gets from fruits and vegetables he says that is not to say they're not a replacement for fruits and vegetables but they are strong anti antioxidants researchers internally funded by the university it's really interesting too because so many foods we read about and learn about our healthy for us and they're important to be eating on a regular basis nuts are one of those superfoods in walnuts especially but these superfoods are so critical for overall health and just by i mean literally just grabbing a handful of all its every single day own you accumulate that over time the intense nutrients that you're getting out of that have just something normal that would be in your cupboard at home i really think food is our best medicine all the way around it is i'm not saying it replaces medicine of saying it's our best medicine that we.

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"american chemical society" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"By the american chemical society obtained last year cloud flare previously objected to a similar request but appears to be complying this time around following a fifteen milliondollar defeat against elsever last june the acs wanted default judgment of four point eight million dollars in copyright damages a few months later acs was also granted a broad injunction requiring some third party services to stop providing access to the site this includes domain registries hosting companies in search engines idc's latest report on the tablet market shows a steady decline yearoveryear for thirteen quarters straits the markets q four 2017 size seven point nine euros a year decline forty nine point five million units shipped worldwide compared to fifty three point eight million units in the same quarter last year apple held the number one spot for the quarter but amazon bested samsung for second place the top five vendors accounted for sixty nine point eight percent of the market up from sixty one point three percent last year new jersey is the latest date to pass an executive order that requires ias peace to follow net neutrality rules if they sell internet service to state agencies the order says new jersey state agencies may only by internet service from isps that had here to net neutrality principles and those protections will cover ordinary residents as well as government officials the order will quite isps that accept state contracts on or after july 1st of this year left figaro reports france's high court has ruled that drivers are not allowed to touch a smartphone unless there parked in a designate the parking spot with the engine off an exception is made for drivers who have been in accidents or have had a vehicle breakdown violators can be fined 135 euros.

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"american chemical society" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"By the american chemical society obtained last year cloud flare previously objected to a similar request but appears to be complying this time around following a fifteen milliondollar defeat against elsever last june the acs wanted default judgment of four point eight million dollars in copyright damages a few months later acs was also granted a broad injunction requiring some third party services to stop providing access to the site this includes domain registries hosting companies in search engines idc's latest report on the tablet market shows a steady decline yearoveryear for thirteen quarters straits the markets q four 2017 size seven point nine euros a year decline forty nine point five million units shipped worldwide compared to fifty three point eight million units in the same quarter last year apple held the number one spot for the quarter but amazon bested samsung for second place the top five vendors accounted for sixty nine point eight percent of the market up from sixty one point three percent last year new jersey is the latest date to pass an executive order that requires ias peace to follow net neutrality rules if they sell internet service to state agencies the order says new jersey state agencies may only by internet service from isps that had here to net neutrality principles and those protections will cover ordinary residents as well as government officials the order will quite isps that accept state contracts on or after july 1st of this year left figaro reports france's high court has ruled that drivers are not allowed to touch a smartphone unless there parked in a designate the parking spot with the engine off an exception is made for drivers who have been in accidents or have had a vehicle breakdown violators can be fined 135 euros.

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"american chemical society" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Well plenty airplane any either way either way he's our good friend he is he is also on her bingo card yeah the one thousand five hundred fifty bc e evers papyrus out of egypt listed thirty two illnesses garlic could heal another miscellaneous papyrus fragment from 1200 bc egypt included a test for female stability that called for a woman to place appealed garlic 'love in her vagina keep it there overnight then see if for breath had any garlic smell in the morning if yes you would have children clashes okay this is this is my favorite science extension of the episode because you you can totally apply crushed garlic topically to your skin and have it wind up triggering ear taste as smell sensory system ooh um the american chemical society released a really fun video about this couple years back a one of the flavor compounds in garlic called allison um can enter the bloodstream through the skin i'm not sure whether this means that your breath would wind up smelling like are like though i haven't i haven't actually tried it myself and also don't don't put things in your vagina that are not meant to go in your vagina you can walk away from this episode with that yeah did that the acs as video involved crush garlic in a bag on your foot totally yeah it's to live by yeah well i wasn't aware that would have to be a thing in a podcast cut it was an we're moving on from it in egypt other nearby ancient cultures that interacted with egypt got the idea to use garlic as a remedy the talmudic called for a meal featuring garlic on fridays and mentioned its potential us.

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"american chemical society" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"american chemical society" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Check out our new atwood the google play or i june stores or link through coast website mel we take you back to the past on art bell somewhere in time bombs on demand wgn ram dot gov all right here it is i have from a very reliable source word moments ago that the american chemical society that is meeting now in las vegas is later today going to make an allegation that the during the years that we did is supposed safe underground testing here in nevada there were a number of unannounced leaks my source further indicates that the department of energy is going to follow up by admitting that yes it is true well this is going to rock a lot of boats if it's true so all i can say to you is if the if you hear about this later today remember you heard it here i let me repeat of the american chemical society meeting in las vegas it is said a by a very good source that i have will say that there were leaks during the underground testing period and the department of energy will admit it is true.

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