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April 29, 2019 Issue


April 29, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 17

Cover:A photo of a group in lab coats huddling around special guest Bill Gates in a process development lab at MIT.

Credit: Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing

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Quote of the Week

“When you talk about cooling, smaller is better.”

Paolo Petagna, physicist , CERN

Off the drawing board

New drugs pull continuous process manufacturing into the batch-dominated world of pharmaceuticals

  • Carbon chemist Rodney Ruoff looks toward making new materials out of carbon

    The UNIST professor recounts his long history with graphene and his current work

  • Podcast: Scientists share what it takes to make a superheavy element

    Inspired by a recent periodic table–themed pub trivia event, Stereo Chemistry explores the stories behind isolating some of the heaviest elements known

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Air pollution kills 780,000 people in Africa each year

Modeling study from NASA suggests Saharan dust storms account for much of the burden