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December 18, 2023 Cover

Volume 101, Issue 41

With cool molecules, interesting discoveries, and thought-provoking findings, 2023 was rich in chemistry

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C&EN’s Year in Chemistry

With cool molecules, interesting discoveries, and thought-provoking findings, 2023 was rich in chemistry

  • Amyloid study shows formation pathway of tau filaments

    Structural biologists track proteins linked to neurodegeneration

  • BASF targets sustainable products in R&D

    The German major is reorienting its research toward cutting greenhouse gas emissions, lowering resource use, and supporting the circular economy

  • Researchers link fetal hormone to pregnancy nausea

    Prior exposure level governs severity, suggesting a druggable mechanism

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Climate Change

Despite discord, UN climate meeting finds some agreement

COP28 yields calls transition away from fossil fuels, reduce methane emissions

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