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January 24, 2022 Cover

Volume 100, Issue 3

Scientists want to develop new tools and methods to uncover the proteins they’ve yet to see

Cover image:Scientists think they’ve seen only a fraction of the proteins at work inside our bodies. They’d like to explore the ones they’ve yet to uncover

Credit: Alfred Pasieka/Science Source, SPL/Science Source (Proteomics); Shutterstock (Face)

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Quote of the Week

“What is interesting is we hate to change, right? But when we change something, it’s very difficult to come back.”

Fabio Caravieri, head of global marketing for industrial and consumer specialties, Clariant

  • Cleaning changed during the pandemic, and it may not change back

    The cleaning product industry expects intense cleaning to be a long-term habit

  • Charges dismissed against MIT’s Gang Chen over China interactions

    Harvard’s Charles Lieber loses case over legal bills

  • How the US is faring in science funding and outcomes compared with other countries

    National Science Board report continues to show China closing in on or overtaking the US

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France wins chemical and pharma projects

Push by President Macron nabs investment in plastics recycling, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals