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March 25, 2019 Issue

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March 25, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 12

Researchers are developing a battery of new treatments to better target and ultimately obliterate fluorinated contaminants in water supplies

Cover:An image of PFAS molecules breaking apart.

Credit: C&EN/Molview

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Quote of the Week

“Excellence is gained from diversity.”

Paula T. Hammond, Head , MIT Chemical Engineering Department

Persistent Pollutants

‘Forever chemicals’ no more? These technologies aim to destroy PFAS in water

Researchers are developing a battery of new treatments to better target and ultimately obliterate fluorinated contaminants in water supplies

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    Almost 2 decades after a series of flops, new web portals are emerging for online buying and selling

  • DuPont’s safety segment is going solo

    DuPont’s Sustainable Solutions consulting arm will soon spin off as its own company

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Biotechnology

Engineered cells detect tiny tumors in mice, paving the way for immunodiagnostics

Stanford researchers and a new biotech start-up called Earli are designing immune cells that release synthetic biomarkers for early cancer detection

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