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Profiles

C&EN talks with Sheng Ding, global drug discovery leader

The chemist wants the Gates Foundation–backed institute to share its expertise during the coronavirus pandemic and advocate for public health

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Diagnostics

Companies are racing to develop COVID-19 tests for the US. Will they help?

With a diagnostic backlog hampering disease control efforts, scientists are turning to CRISPR and other technologies to bridge the gap


Farms lead to gut bugs swapping

Bacteria with antimicrobial-resistance genes pass from livestock to farm interns

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Graduate Education

Grad students tell of the coronavirus’s impact

Delayed postdoc opportunities. Canceled commencement. Graduate students in chemistry describe how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their work and lives


Journal publishers promote flexibility during COVID-19 pandemic

Editors in Europe and the US plan to work with authors whose lives and labs have been disrupted by the novel coronavirus

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Nanomaterials

Mimicking nonstick spiders

Inspired by spider legs, researchers make nanoscopic structures that don’t get caught up in structural stickiness


3-D printing complex structures with conducting polymers

Procedure for preparing inks for additive manufacturing broadens range of application