C&EN

Friday th 22nd of March 2019

Extended wash removes drug contaminants from forensic hair samples - 16:10

Chemical engineer Peter Spitz looks back on the heady early days of the petrochemical industry - 11:30

Chemical blast kills dozens in China - 11:10

Thursday th 21st of March 2019

American Eric Johnson to lead Japan’s JSR - 18:50

Small molecules hold sway at DCAT Week - 18:50

Asteroid Ryugu is dark and dry - 18:50

Biogen pulls the plug on its Alzheimer’s drug - 14:50

Boron helps to gently couple dinitrogen - 14:30

Chemistry in Pictures: Tiny periodic table - 11:50

Sustainable organosodium compounds step up in cross-coupling reactions - 11:50

Green method makes methanesulfonic acid from methane - 11:50

Exscientia signs AI-powered drug-discovery deal with Celgene - 04:10

Wednesday th 20th of March 2019

Chemical engineer Paula T. Hammond on discovery and diversity - 17:40

与肠癌相关大肠杆菌毒素损伤DNA - 17:00

US EPA proposes 20 high-, 20 low-priority chemicals for risk evaluation - 16:20

Past tectonic activity soaked up carbon and cooled the planet - 15:00

Making conductive graphene yarn in bulk - 14:40

Succinic acid, once a biobased chemical star, is barely being made - 12:40

Crop residue burning pollutes Delhi’s urban air, studies say - 11:00

Amyloids found in human cataracts - 10:00

Tuesday th 19th of March 2019

Chemistry in Pictures: Shape ID - 17:20

Engineered cells detect tiny tumors in mice, paving the way for immunodiagnostics - 17:20

India protests US rejection of shrimp for alleged antibiotic use - 17:00

Podcast: Real talk with social media sensation Jen Heemstra - 16:40

New method catches cystic fibrosis inflammatory enzyme in the act - 10:00

Monday th 18th of March 2019

Chemical industry stumbles out of the gate - 16:00

Manganese exposure helps spread Parkinson’s disease protein - 13:20

Molecular motors join forces in a metal-organic framework - 11:20

Open-access chemistry textbooks gain popularity - 00:20

Constructing the periodic table from thread and yarn - 00:20

Artificial intelligence tools could benefit chemists with disabilities. So why aren’t they? - 00:20

Linking pollution and infectious disease - 00:20

Sunday th 17th of March 2019

Colorado chemist updates tattoo chemistry with an eye toward medical diagnostics - 08:20

Saturday th 16th of March 2019

Acoustic robot races through chemical reactions - 07:00

Bees’ legs inspire high-volume drug patches - 07:00

Thianthrene radical readies aromatics for further reactions - 07:00

ACS honors its 50-year members - 06:40

Fujifilm will acquire a Biogen plant - 06:40

2019 Great Lakes Regional Meeting - 06:40

What ACS can do for its industry members - 06:40

BASF builds labs in China and Mexico - 06:40

Cancer institute’s Sharpless to lead FDA in acting role - 06:40

Hike in overtime pay may help some university employees - 06:40

Partners to advance polypropylene reuse - 06:40

US FDA reviewing pretomanid for tuberculosis - 06:40

Bringing GRC’s Power Hour to ACS - 06:40

Microbes could help contain coal-ash ponds - 06:40

Small molecule mimics flu-blocking antibodies - 06:40

Friday th 15th of March 2019

US EPA finalizes methylene chloride ban - 17:20

How modified Chantix and a bioengineered ion channel may help diseases like epilepsy and depression - 12:20