Stem cells grow and multiply in a self-assembling porous peptide hydrogel. Actin filaments from the cells’ cytoskeleton are stained green in this confocal microscope image; stem-cell nuclei are blue. Researchers hope materials such as this hydrogel (not visible in the image) can be used as scaffolds for stem-cell-based tissue regeneration.
Science NetLinks reviews STEM-related apps for both the iPad and the Android.
Chemist Demonstrates Liquid Nitrogen Edition of ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
This app is an electronic version of the Periodic Table of the Elements. It was developed by EMD (now Merck) Chemicals.
The goal ChemWMN is to create a national network of women in academic chemistry to provide…
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-chemistry-of-cookies-stephanie-warren You stick cookie dough into an oven, and magically, you get a plate of …