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March 22, 2017
Plutonium adds an oxidation state.
Plutonium adds an oxidation state.
Chemists have synthesized the first plutonium(II) complex, establishing the element as the actinide with the largest number of confirmed oxidation states.
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Geochemical precipitates may fool fossil hunters.
GEOCHEMISTRY
Geochemical precipitates may fool fossil hunters.
Inorganic crystals can mimic biofossils, but they're formed without biological help.
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Hunger games: The hunt for new obesity drugs.
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
Hunger games: The hunt for new obesity drugs.
Will understanding the complex molecular signals involved in hunger yield better obesity drugs?
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FOOD SCIENCE
Supermarket tomatoes, why do you taste so bland?
Speaking of Chemistry has the science behind the flavor of a perfectly ripe tomato—and why supermarket varieties can taste like cardboard charlatans of the world's favorite vegetable-fruit.
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ACS NEWS
Members react to the society's decision to back the March for Science.
April demonstration will call for funding and public communication of science.
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BASF takes to supercomputing.
THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY
BASF takes to supercomputing.
German firm turns to Hewlett Packard Enterprise to accelerate chemical research.
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Are biomedical researchers forgetting females?
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
Are biomedical researchers forgetting females?
Last year, NIH implemented a policy to push scientists to consider how sex affects biological systems. Critics worry it goes too far.
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Paring back U.S. regulations.
POLICY
Paring back U.S. regulations.
Trump and many business leaders say the government has imposed too many rules, but environmentalists and other advocates see an effort to gut protections.
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Hello, hydrogen starburst.
SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
Hello, hydrogen starburst.
Jeremy Dockan, a chemistry teacher at College Station High School, showed off hydrogen's colorful side to his students. Read more at C&EN's Chemistry in Pictures.
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