Designing better batteries with sulfur waste

Scientists at the University of Arizona have developed a new chemical process capable of transforming sulfur waste into a lightweight plastic that may improve batteries for electric cars. As expected, the new plastic has other potential uses, including for optical devices.

Radioactive sulfur in California 'not a problem' say scientists

Tiny amounts of radioactive sulfur reached California after the Fukushima nuclear disaster - but it's nothing to worry about, say scientists.