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Biological Chemistry

US CDC begins tracking influenza in wastewater to assess H5N1 spread

Amid multistate outbreaks of bird flu in dairy cows, public health officials are monitoring wastewater for early signs of the virus


Ahmed Badran

This synthetic biologist evolves proteins to tackle global challenges like climate change

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Pollution

Tiny robots with polymer ‘hands’ capture bacteria and microplastics in water

Microbots that self-assemble into planar swarms can catch free-swimming microbes


Podcast: Can ‘forever chemicals’ be destroyed?

C&EN reporter Britt Erickson breaks down how some companies are trying to get rid of PFAS for good


Miniature polymeric tubes separate enantiomers

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