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Gene Editing

Engineered plants make human milk compounds

Infant formula doesn’t fully replicate human milk. Scientists are turning to genetic engineering to get closer


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Pollution

Wildfire smoke linked to early deaths

A recent study estimates that more than 50,000 adults died prematurely in California over 11 years due to exposure to wildfire smoke


Using scientific instruments to come to grips with pollution

The need for environmental analysis has chemists trying out a growing variety of techniques


Miniature polymeric tubes separate enantiomers

Devices could offer an alternative to chromatography and speed screening of chiral compounds