Software developers are prepping standard voice-activated assistants to work in chemical and pharmaceutical research
Concerns are raised about the supply of ethylene glycol and polyethylene
The climate-mitigation potential of carbon capture and utilization has been underestimated, but the technology’s power consumption will hinder widespread adoption
Experiments in cell lines suggest that the molecules kill cancer cells through targets they weren’t designed to hit
On Sept. 17, 1999, Jesse Gelsinger died after receiving an experimental gene therapy from James Wilson’s lab at the University of Pennsylvania. That tragedy waylaid Wilson’s career and almost shut down the whole field. Wilson and his team put their heads down and spent the next decade searching for safer gene therapies. Today, his lab’s $70 million annual budget and bevy of biotech partnerships are fueling the gene therapy explosion.
The resurgence was never a sure thing.
Here’s how it happened.
The Gates Foundation challenges researchers to design self-contained waste processing systems for low-resource communities
Scientists are paying more attention to the technique as a commercial instrument proves up to the task
Strategies for building a bridge to the next step in your career and avoiding common pitfalls
Academics share tales of rethinking the all-male portrait galleries in their departments
Whether they’re fair or not, these established networks give some job seekers an advantage
- Avidea Technologies: Director of Chemistry R&D
- Georgia State University: Assistant Professor
- New Mexico Tech: Assistant Professor/ Chemistry
- Oregon Health & Science University: Faculty Recruitment Opportunities
- Mississippi College: Tenure Track Analytical Chemist
- National University of Singapore: Tenure-track Faculty Positions at NUS Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
The Government Accountability Office aims to improve quality, timeliness of reports on emerging disruptive technologies