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July 15, 2019 Issue

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July 15, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 28

A projected surge in electric-vehicle sales means that researchers must think about conserving natural resources and addressing battery end-of-life issues

Cover image:A projected surge in electric-vehicle sales means researchers must plan to address battery end-of-life issues

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Quote of the Week

“There are currently 97 different ways to analyze the same raw data, and they will give you 97 different answers.”

Scott Jackson, leader, NIST Complex Microbial Systems Group

Energy Storage

It’s time to get serious about recycling lithium-ion batteries

A projected surge in electric-vehicle sales means that researchers must think about conserving natural resources and addressing battery end-of-life issues

  • One chemical company’s vision of the future

    Evonik seeks to reshape itself to create the next big thing

  • Periodic Graphics: Sunscreen and coral reef damage

    Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning reveals how sunscreens damage coral reefs.

  • What is a chemistry job?

    If you’re looking for a right answer to this question, you’re not going to find it

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Solar Power

Supercharging the silicon solar cell

New materials trick could lift the ceiling on maximum silicon-cell efficiencies

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