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October 8, 2018 Issue

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October 8, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 40

Scientists and engineers are testing nanomaterials that can track oil stuck below ground and improve yields from wells

Cover:A conceptual opener featuring oil rigs blended into gray, yellow, and pink nanoparticle droplets.

Credit: Will Ludwig/C&EN/Shutterstock

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Quote of the Week

“It’s astonishing that to this day, we’re still discovering hormones that we didn’t know existed.”

Brian J. Feldman, endocrinologist , Stanford University

Seeking to boost oil production, petroleum researchers turn to nanotech

Scientists and engineers are testing nanomaterials that can track oil stuck below ground and improve yields from wells

  • The chemical industry is bracing for a nylon 6,6 shortage

    Misfortune has befallen polymer manufacturers; now users must weigh their options

  • Protection of confidential data is essential, groups tell U.S. EPA

    Agency needs to change its proposal for relying solely on publicly available information, commenters say

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Nobel Prize

Frances H. Arnold, George P. Smith, and Gregory P. Winter share 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Trio recognized for harnessing evolution to identify new enzymes and binding proteins

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