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Volume 102, Issue 20

After the unwanted chemicals are removed, disposal is the next challenge

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Quote of the Week

“It is not necessarily a revolutionary change in the tire. The tire is still round, obviously, and has a very similar shape. It is more evolutionary.”

Brad Heim, vice president of product development in the Americas, Goodyear Tire & Rubber

Getting PFAS out of drinking water

After the unwanted chemicals are removed, disposal is the next challenge

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    Angus Wilkinson reflects on his first 6 months as a part-time research sleuth

  • Chemistry’s image is harming talent acquisition

    The opportunities in chemical industry are vast, but many aren’t aware of them

  • Periodic Graphics: The science of space elevators

    Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning explores what kinds of materials we would need to build an elevator to outer space.

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Gene Editing

The next generation of genome editing is making big changes to DNA

Using bridge RNA, scientists can induce large insertions, deletions, and rearrangements in a genome