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  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 16, 2018

    REVOLUTION MEDICINES TO ACQUIRE WARP DRIVE

    The all-stock deal marks the final chapter for the ambitious genome-mining firm

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 16, 2018

    HARVARD'S DAVID LIU AND C&EN'S TALENTED 12: IN THEIR OWN WORDS

    Watch some of chemistry's brightest stars share their advice and their science in talks recorded at a special symposium at ACSBoston

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  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 16, 2018

    FLUORINATED COATING IS UTTERLY REPELLENT

    Transparent, self-healing film fends off more than 100 liquids, including concentrated acids and low-surface-tension solvents

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 16, 2018

    NOBEL LAUREATE THOMAS A. STEITZ DIES AT 78

    Crystallographer mapped the structure of the protein translation machinery inside cells

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 16, 2018

    AMAZON UNVEILS CHEMICAL POLICY FOR PRIVATE-LABEL PRODUCTS

    Online retailer to restrict chemicals of concern in baby, personal care, cleaning, and cosmetics products

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    UNC WILMINGTON CHEMISTS RELOCATE IN WAKE OF HURRICANE FLORENCE

    Recovery from the storm could take months or longer after the chemistry building suffered significant damage

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    BERKELEY LIGHTS RAISES $95 MILLION FOR ITS AUTOMATED CELL THERAPY MANUFACTURING MACHINES

    The start-up's optofluidic system could help get personalized cancer cell therapies to more people

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    2018 GREEN CHEMISTRY CHALLENGE AWARDS ANNOUNCED

    Annual prize promotes the economic benefits of environmentally friendly chemical innovations

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    REAGENT TARGETS METHIONINES IN PROTEINS

    New method provides another way to functionalize proteins to carry probes or payloads

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    CHEMISTRY IN PICTURES: LET THERE BE LIGHT

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    REACTIONS

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    START-UP TO OFFER SHARES FOR DNA

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    SHOKUBAI, SUMITOMO COMPLETE PROJECTS

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    LAST CHANCE TO CURB GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS AND CLIMATE CHANGE TO LIMIT CATASTROPHIC EFFECTS, INTERNATIONAL PANEL SAYS

    Policy responses to be discussed in December, methods to assess interactions of climate and innovation with economic growth win economics...

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    SHAPE MATTERS IN MACROMOLECULAR CROWDING

    Compact forms are stabilized more than larger forms

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    CANCER TARGET BINDS RNA AND ITS MIRROR IMAGE

    Degradation-resistant l-RNA could be used to develop anticancer therapeutics

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    2018 CLASS OF MACARTHUR FELLOWS INCLUDES CHEMIST, LIFE SCIENTISTS

    Analytical chemist Livia S. Eberlin, biophysical engineer Clifford Brangwynne, and neuroscientist Doris Tsao are among the genius grant...

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 15, 2018

    IONIS AND ROCHE SIGN ANTISENSE PACT

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 14, 2018

    STABILIZING PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS

    Replacing commonly used methylammonium component with formamidinium group and metal ions leads to long lasting device

  • By Chemical & Engineering   -   Oct 14, 2018

    MAPPING CORROSION WITH HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING

    Scientists develop a noninvasive technique to assess environmental damage to a bronze statue by Auguste Rodin