NIH database of chemical literature worries ACS because of overlap with its CAS Registry.
Despite bankruptcy, firm is determined to hold onto its pharmaceutical services business.
Judge upholds ban on hazardous rail shipments through Washington, D.C., but decision might not hold on appeal.
New microfluidics device can create double emulsions in a single step.
United Nations approves counterterrorism treaty for nuclear materials.
Researchers claim they have found proof that prions cause brain diseases.
Hydrogen sulfide gas can put mice in a reversible state where cellular activity slows to a near standstill.
Supreme Court will decide when drug firms can use each other's tools despite patents.
Ethylene cracker projects move forward in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.