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January 13, 2020 Issue

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January 13, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 2

Curious what the new year will bring? Keep reading for our take on the key business and policy issues that will affect chemistry across the globe

Cover image:C&EN’s World Chemical Outlook 2020

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  • Nuclear scientist applies latest technologies to sustainable development challenges

    Melissa Denecke explains how her division of the International Atomic Energy Agency uses training, technology transfer, and data science to help tackle global problems

  • Being outspoken about your accomplishments isn’t selfish; it’s smart

    Jen Heemstra on self-advocacy and how to go about it

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Lab Safety

Peptide coupling agents can cause severe allergic reactions

Researchers can develop sensitivities to the compounds to the point of anaphylaxis

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