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March 26, 2018 Issue

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March 26, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 13

Many object to shielding the planet from the sun’s rays by injecting particles into the atmosphere, but a small band of researchers think the approach is worth studying before it’s too late

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Quote of the Week

“Public funding of science is looked at as charity.”

Swaminathan Sivaram, senior scientist , Indian National Science Academy

Climate Change

Will the world ever be ready for solar geoengineering?

Many object to shielding the planet from the sun’s rays by injecting particles into the atmosphere, but a small band of researchers think the approach is worth studying before it’s too late

  • The Enabling Technologies Consortium fills in pharma technology gaps

    Consortium works with outside vendors to improve supporting technologies for drug development

  • Scientists at India’s government labs struggle to adjust to changing priorities

    Budget cuts and emphasis on applied research challenge the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research

  • Wendy Young, Genentech’s new head of small molecules, is ready to take on the drug industry’s toughest targets

    Seasoned drug hunter sees untapped potential in protein degraders, macrocycles, and more

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New Orleans hosts ACS national meeting

Council selects 2019 nominees for president-elect, raises membership fee to $175

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