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October 11, 2017
Fewer Chinese chemists are seeking a foreign postdoc.
Fewer Chinese chemists are seeking a foreign postdoc.
"Two decades or so ago, 90% of our Ph.D. grads would go overseas for a postdoc. But now, 90% get a good job in China as soon as they have their Ph.D.s." What does this shift mean for chemistry?
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These lithium-ion batteries can take a beating.
ENERGY STORAGE
These lithium-ion batteries can take a beating.
Researchers at the University of Maryland and the Army Research Lab are building Li-ion batteries that not only don't explode when damaged but also achieve voltage levels similar to commercial batteries. Watch to see how it's done.
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Chemical makers sued for releasing GenX fluorochemical into environment.
POLLUTION
Chemical makers sued for releasing GenX fluorochemical into environment.
Chemours and DuPont face a class-action lawsuit that could presage more to come.
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Organic material sets luminescent record.
MATERIALS
Organic material sets luminescent record.
Persistent glowing material could find applications in road paints and street signs.
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Fat-transforming patch slims down mice.
DRUG DELIVERY
Fat-transforming patch slims down mice.
The patch slowly and safely releases a drug in mice that transforms white fat to brown.
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The chemistry of spider webs.
PERIODIC GRAPHICS
The chemistry of spider webs.
Like them or loathe them, spiders use some fascinating biochemistry to spin webs with unique material properties that scientists want to emulate. Find out more in this infographic.
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ONCOLOGY
Driving cancer beyond the brink.
Emboldened by real-world success and powered by CRISPR, a new wave of biotech firms is revisiting the concept of synthetic lethality in cancer.
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ICYMI: Cryoelectron microscopy, explained.
NOBEL PRIZE
ICYMI: Cryoelectron microscopy, explained.
You're getting a chemistry newsletter, so we figure you already know that this structural technique took home the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. But don't let that stop you from watching our video explaining the work of this year's laureates in chemical detail.
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Ancient fabric forgeries, revealed.
ART & ARTIFACTS
Ancient fabric forgeries, revealed.
Amino acid fingerprinting shows that this is not, in fact, 1000-year-old silk from a princess's burial—and it reveals how hucksters made modern silks seem ancient.
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Here are two identical placebo creams. Which one led patients to report more side effects?
DRUG DEVELOPMENT
Here are two identical placebo creams. Which one led patients to report more side effects?
Researchers demonstrate that patients report more negative side effects when using drugs that are more expensive. Read on to learn more about the nocebo effect.
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Congrats to the winner of our National Nano Day photo contest.
CHEMISTRY IN PICTURES
Congrats to the winner of our National Nano Day photo contest.
Vladimir Kitaev won the 10/9 (get it?) contest with his silver nanoflowers. Watch cen.chempics.org all week for more great nano images.
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