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March 21, 2022 Cover

Volume 100, Issue 10

Caltech chemist showed organic chemists they could work with biomolecules and laid the foundation for chemical biology

Cover image:2022 Priestley Medalist Peter B. Dervan showed chemists that they could work with biological macromolecules

Credit: Thomas Alleman Photography

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  • Researchers on parental leave get help in the lab

    An innovative program to support scientists who are on long-term leave has shown that these absences don’t have to damage research or career prospects

  • War in Ukraine makes helium shortage more dire

    Scientists who need the gas face tough choices in the face of reduced supply and spiking prices

  • US Congress finalizes 2022 spending bill

    Most US federal agencies get notable increases in science funding

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Chemical industry under pressure to cut ties with Russia

After the invasion of Ukraine, some of the world’s largest chemical companies are shunning Russian business