As 2016 draws to a close, C&EN takes a look back at 10 stories that shaped the pharmaceutical industry.
Attorneys representing UC Berkeley and the Broad Institute argue over whose patent matters more
Credit: Ian Slaymaker and Lauren Solomon/Courtesy of the Broad Institute
New study in mice suggests that triggering certain patterns of brain activity could spur immune cells to clear out amyloid-β
Proposal would prohibit some uses of common solvent to protect workers, consumers
Start-up firm Olaplex charges theft of its chemistry intellectual property
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Follow along all month as C&EN looks back at 2016’s biggest moments in chemistry:
• Quote of the Year
• Molecules of the year
• Poll: What’s the coolest molecule chemists made this year?
• Biological structures of the year
• The year in chemistry tweets
• The year in pharma
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