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Structural biologists capture important state of cellular machine responsible for making humans more complex than worms
Autonomous light-powered device inspired by the carnivorous plant grabs onto reflective objects
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Average cuts of 16% would hit agencies that fund chemistry research and regulations
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The Safety Zone
Speaking of Chemistry looks at how modern gene-editing technologies including CRISPR are exposing loopholes in how regulatory agencies in the U.S. deal with GMO crops.
May 25th: Development of high throughput workflows for Lewis Acid screening
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