The release of poison gas 100 years ago changed the face of World War I and gave humanity a new weapon of mass destruction. Credit: Library & Archives Canada
Drug Discovery: Natural product kills kidney cancer cells by activating ion channels
Credit: Adapted from Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
Insecticides: Researchers stop the Colorado potato beetle in its tracks by preventing the insect from synthesizing essential proteins
Credit: MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology and MPI for Chemical Ecology
Chemists argue over how the sacred concept of aromaticity should be invoked
Credit: Alexander Boldyrev/Lai-Sheng Wang
Virology: Two-pore channel 2 could provide a druggable target for treating or preventing ebola virus
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Jörg Emes narrates German soldier Willi Siebert’s first-hand account of the first gas attack in WWI.
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