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Decades-long campaign begins to reveal how these compounds cycle through and impact the environment
Credit: Jim Hanchett/Indiana U
Insecticides: Researchers stop the Colorado potato beetle in its tracks by preventing the insect from synthesizing essential proteins
Credit: MPI for Molecular Plant Physiology and MPI for Chemical Ecology
Chemists seek the solution to a growing environmental problem
Chemistry departments take an integrated approach to the traditional subdisciplines
Credit: C of Saint Benedict & St. John’s U
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