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May 21, 2018 Issue

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May 21, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 21

Business is booming, but the industry is handicapped by shifting rules and major research gaps

Cover:This photo shows a worker at Phantom Farms in Oregon tending to young cannabis plants.

Credit: Phantom Farms

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Nurturing cannabis

Business is booming, but the industry is handicapped by shifting rules and major research gaps

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    Paola D’Angelo discusses how her team develops high-performance textiles to protect and support soldiers on the battlefield

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    Chemistry blogger answers reader questions on job hunting, changing grad schools, and more in this edition of Bench & Cubicle

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Zapata Computing launches to give chemists quantum computing powers

Start-up wants to foster a quantum leap in molecular problem-solving

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