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January 19, 2015 Cover

Volume 93, Issue 3

With Republicans at the helm, lawmakers prepare to act on chemical- and chemistry-related issues including federal research funding, labels for genetically modified foods, a tax credit for corporate research, and pesticides linked to decline of bees.

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  • ShanghaiTech Aims To Raise The Bar For Higher Education In China

    Newly established university took cues from U.S. innovation hubs, recruited U.S. faculty to launch its research program

  • Giving Marine Life The Slip

    The ultimate marine paint continues to elude scientists and manufacturers

  • Ascension To Queendom

    Some wasps claim royal status through aggression but rely on chemical cues to maintain it

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Biological Chemistry

Beating Back Bacterial Meningitis

Chemical heterogeneity could be used to tune forces in molecular recognition or self-assembly