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Diagnostics

C&EN talks with Carson Bruns, tech tattoo artist

Carson Bruns explains how nanotechnology could allow body art to keep tabs on health measures

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Diagnostics

New method catches cystic fibrosis inflammatory enzyme in the act

A combination of two techniques offers a clinically feasible way to measure inflammatory response in chronic lung diseases


Colorado chemist updates tattoo chemistry with an eye toward medical diagnostics

Carson Bruns explains how nanotechnology could allow body art to keep tabs on health measures

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Inorganic Chemistry

Recovering rare earths from fertilizer waste

A biological acid extracts the valuable elements from phosphogypsum


Chemists explore the periodic table’s actinide frontier

Investigations of the table’s shadowy realms are enjoying a renaissance

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Cancer

Genetic tests reveal that the ancestry of some cancer cell lines is misclassified

A common prostate cancer cell line classified as African-American actually carries more than 90% European ancestry, study reports


Scientists probe STING structure and activity

Drug companies want to use STING to fight cancer. New insights into the structure and activity of the protein could help that quest.