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July 26, 2016

Research teams characterize complete Alzheimer’s fibrils

Studies provide atomic-level view of full dimeric fibrils of key Alzheimer’s-related peptide

July 25, 2016

Shortcut leads to branched tryptophans

An evolved enzyme builds β-branched tryptophan analogs in one step

July 25, 2016

Boron chemistry branches out

Electron poor but chemically rich element with a storied past continues to surprise with a surge of new developments

July 18, 2016

Light produces a banana-bond split

Water-splitting catalyst surprises with photodesorption

July 11, 2016

N-heterocyclic carbenes aminate silicon surfaces

Amine and aminal substituents could prove useful for modifying the electronic properties of silicon surfaces

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