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April 2, 2018 Issue

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April 2, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 14

Congress exempts farms from reporting air pollutants to federal agencies, leaving states to deal with animal waste releases

Cover:Photos of egg-laying chickens in battery-style cages and egg-laying chickens in cage-free housing confined in a small space.

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Full Article

Livestock emissions still up in the air

Congress exempts farms from reporting air pollutants to federal agencies, leaving states to deal with animal waste releases

  • Photoswitchable drugs could light the way to more targeted treatments

    Compounds switched on and off with light may limit side effects when used against cancer, blindness, and other disorders

  • Canada recommits to basic science

    Trudeau government proposes to add 4 billion Canadian dollars over five years for research programs

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Catalysis

Nanoparticle catalysts communicate across distances

Reactions at one active site influence reactions at other sites within the same particle and between nearby particles

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