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April 26, 2017
Spray-on LEDs.
Spray-on LEDs.
This green light-emitting diode was made by spraying layers of quantum dots and metal oxides onto a piece of glass, a process that could someday be used to mass-produce bright, inexpensive displays.
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Need ammonia? Electrosynthesis may be the answer.
AGRICULTURE
Need ammonia? Electrosynthesis may be the answer.
More sustainable, on-demand approaches to synthesizing ammonia could re-revolutionize agricultural fertilizer production.
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Where has all the sparteine gone?
REAGENTS
Where has all the sparteine gone?
No one seems to know why a chemical widely used in organic synthesis briefly disappeared and still remains scarce.
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21st GC&E Conference Registration Now Open!
Register by April 28, 2017, to take advantage of early bird registration discounts for the Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference held June 13-15, 2017, in Reston, VA.
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The weird chemistry threatening priceless paintings.
ART & ARTIFACTS
The weird chemistry threatening priceless paintings.
C&EN's Speaking of Chemistry explains the strange chemistry that is causing tiny eruptions in masterpiece paintings worldwide.
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By 2030, the world's middle class population is projected to be 5 billion-plus. What role will the chemical industry play in creating a sustainable and prosperous world?
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In other news
IMMIGRATION
Where the H-1B visas for chemistry jobs are.
C&EN tracked down the 10 institutions that applied for the most visas for jobs with titles that include the word "chemist."
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Chemists march for science.
POLICY
Chemists march for science.
Last Saturday, practitioners, professors, students, and fans joined with throngs in support of science. Was it worthy or a waste of time? Read our coverage and weigh in.
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Improving prospects for chemists in Cuba.
LATIN AMERICA
Improving prospects for chemists in Cuba.
Researchers are optimistic that improving relations with the U.S. will lead to stronger collaborations.
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Forge Therapeutics scores $15 million in venture funding.
STARTUPS
Forge Therapeutics scores $15 million in venture funding.
The proceeds will help the biotech firm push its antibiotics program toward human studies.
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PPG makes third and "last" offer to buy AkzoNobel.
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
PPG makes third and "last" offer to buy AkzoNobel.
Paint firm's $28.8 billion offer comes with conditions to smooth the way.
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VSEPR bubbles.
CHEMISTRY IN PICTURES
VSEPR bubbles.
Find out how chemistry students at Niles West High School in Skokie, Ill., used bubbles to explore the geometry of molecular orbitals at C&EN's Chemistry in Pictures.
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