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Bacteria hijack latent phage of competitor
Absorbent aerogels show some muscle
Novel compound reveals fundamental properties of smallest carbon nanotubes
Atom swapping could lead to ultra-bright, flexible next generation LEDs
Activation of carbon-fluorine bonds via cooperation of a photocatalyst and tin
Does sugar cause diabetes?
A Novel Nanometer-scale Proximity Labeling Method Targeting Histidine Residues
Fight Against Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Has a Glowing New Weapon
Building a Better Bulb
Researchers Develop Novel Raman Method to Capture Target Molecules in Small Gaps Actively
ACS signs ‘read and publish’ transformative agreement with IReL consortium
Novel method of labeling DNA bases for sequencing
Toward overcoming solubility issues in organic chemistry
What’s a Calorie?
Researchers identify promising new biologics for obesity-related diseases
Emergence of a new heteronanostructure library
Touched by Light: Photoexcited Stannyl Anions Are Great for Producing Organotin Compounds
Residential coal use in China results in many premature deaths, models indicate
Peptide could allow medical marijuana to relieve pain without side effects
Scientists develop better way to block viruses that cause childhood respiratory infections
Can we make opioids less addictive?
New Method Boosts Syngas Generation from Biopolyols
American Chemical Society reaffirms fall meeting hybrid status
New ACS Institute supports broad chemistry community across spectrum of learning
Drug-resistant cancer protein becomes druggable, thanks to shrub
Touched by light: Photoexcited stannyl anions are great for producing organotin compounds
Researchers investigate structural changes in snap-frozen proteins
Energy on Demand: Learning from Nature’s Catalysts
Silver ions hurry up, then wait as they disperse
Was your catalytic converter stolen? Here’s why
Researchers develop chip that improves testing and tracing for COVID-19
Chad Mirkin to receive G.M. Kosolapoff Award
Beyond space-age tech: Hybrid material moves next-generation transport fuel cells closer
Chemist wins David Y. Gin Young Investigator Award
Snake species from different terrains surrender surface secrets behind slithering success
First 3D-printed Proton-conductive Membrane Paves Way for Tailored Energy Storage Devices
Superbug killer: New nanotech destroys bacteria and fungal cells
Rescuing street art from vandals’ graffiti
Making music from spider webs
Toward a reliable oral treatment for sickle cell disease
An amyloid link between Parkinson’s disease and melanoma
Separating beer waste into proteins for foods, and fiber for biofuels
Microbial Production of a Natural Red Colorant Carminic Acid
What are forever chemicals, and do they last forever?
Making cleaner, greener plastics from waste fish parts
Tree fungus reduces fertilizer requirement for ketchup tomatoes
An improved safety standard for pacemakers and cochlear implants
Copper foam as a highly efficient, durable filter for reusable masks and air cleaners