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November 18, 2019 Issue


November 18, 2019 Cover

Volume 97, Issue 45

Microspectroscopy techniques reveal chemical secrets of how materials at the heart of batteries, solar cells, and fuel cells behave

Cover image:New analytical methods reveal critical secrets of materials that generate and store electricity in batteries, photovoltaics, and fuel cells

Credit: PNNL

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Quote of the Week

“The time has come—the time is past—to get this into humans and at least see if it works”

Leo E. Otterbein, professor, Harvard Medical School

  • How chemistry Nobelist Akira Yoshino bucked conventional wisdom to develop the lithium-ion battery

    Japanese researcher says his place outside the battery industry was key to a breakthrough in conceiving the battery’s anode

  • Layoffs on the mind

    Chemjobber on how to not lose your identity in an uncertain economy

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US lawmakers scrutinize EPA proposal to restrict use of scientific data

Lawmakers probe impacts of plan for regulation of particulate matter