Targeted protein degraders are redefining how small molecules look and act

The new modality promises to open up the human proteome to drug developers, but first they will need to work out the rules

Polar bear hair inspires stealth fabric

A cape made from porous fibers traps heat and hides a bunny from night-vision cameras

Periodic graphics: The chemistry of air fresheners

Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning sniffs out an answer to the question of whether air fresheners actually ‘kill’ bad odors

Vaccines against addictive drugs push forward despite past failures

Vaccines could help prevent relapses but have yet to be effective in clinical trials

Chemjobber on when it’s time to leave a bad job

When you’ve lost your voice and loyalties have run dry, it’s time to quit

Bipartisan bill would authorize U.S. EPA to ratchet down HFCs

Supporters say measure would protect domestic chemical manufacturing jobs and environment

3M to pay $850 million to settle fluorosurfactants lawsuit

Agreement with state of Minnesota comes just as trial was to start

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