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February 18, 2019 Issue

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February 18, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 7

A small group of scientists studying chemical modifications on RNA ushered in the field of epitranscriptomics. Now they’re hoping it will create an entirely new way to treat cancer

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Quote of the Week

“Air doesn’t know any political boundaries.”

Polash Mukerjee, senior researcher, Centre for Science and Environment

Start-ups

Epitranscriptomics: The new RNA code and the race to drug it

A small group of scientists studying chemical modifications on RNA ushered in the field of epitranscriptomics. Now they’re hoping it will create an entirely new way to treat cancer

  • From our archives: An essay on chlorine, by Cynthia Burrows

    To celebrate the International Year of the Periodic Table, C&EN is re-releasing its favorite essays from a special 2003 collector’s issue celebrating the elements

  • Former US FBI director James B. Comey on majoring in chemistry and how it affected his career

    Now an author and lecturer, he used what he learned in chemistry to connect with forensic scientists as he enforced the law

  • The ultimate lab partner

    Chemjobber reflects on what being in a relationship while in graduate school taught him

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Finance

Drugmakers post positive earnings for 2018

The industry’s outlook is sunny, with an emphasis on expensive new medicines despite pricing pressure

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