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February 26, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 9

With an eye toward soft robotics and self-assembling medical devices, scientists are finding out how best to trigger and put to work materials that move

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  • Sponsored Content: Three pitfalls to avoid in drug development partnerships

    Thinking about outsourcing your API production to a contract development and manufacturing organization? Ask these three questions first.

  • STING fever is sweeping through the cancer immunotherapy world

    Companies are rushing to develop drugs that activate a protein called STING, which fires up the innate immune system, potentially helping existing checkpoint inhibitors work for more cancers more often

  • By the numbers: Who's going to grad school in chemistry and chemical engineering in the US 2006–16

    Average annual growth in enrollment for chemical engineering was higher than chemistry over the last decade, though growth in graduation rates was similar

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