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November 11, 2019 Issue

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November 11, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 44

These young firms are working to improve the lives of individuals and communities as well as the health of the planet

Cover image:These young firms are working to improve the lives of individuals and communities as well as the health of the planet

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Quote of the Week

“Harassment creates noise that can be distracting and difficult to tune out.”

Jen Heemstra, associate professor, Emory University

Start-ups

C&EN’s 2019 10 Start-Ups to Watch

These young firms are working to improve the lives of individuals and communities as well as the health of the planet

  • Tinctorium cofounder Tammy Hsu wants to use bacteria to dye blue jeans

    The entrepreneur explains how engineered bacteria can make indigo synthesis and dyeing more ecofriendly

  • Being bullied? Here’s what to do

    Recognize what’s really going on, enlist support, and be kind to yourself

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Neuroscience

Genetic glitch may forestall Alzheimer’s

Researchers aim to develop new therapies that mimic the mutation’s effects

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