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January 27, 2020 Issue

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January 27, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 4

A half-dozen PhDs jumped from science into a fellowship to find out how the US government works. What they learned can help guide scientists nationwide

Cover image:When chemists go to Washington

Credit: Molly Ferguson

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Lessons learned from a year in Washington

A half-dozen PhDs jumped from science into a fellowship to find out how the US government works. What they learned can help guide scientists nationwide

  • Periodic Graphics: The chemistry of snow and ice

    Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning explores water’s unique behavior when temperatures plummet

  • Video: Scientists spin yarn from crab-shell and seaweed compounds

    Threads draw strength from their chitin components and flexibility from alginate

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Cancer

Large screening strategy uncovers dozens of non-oncology drugs that kill cancer cells

Repurposing noncancer drugs could shorten clinical development and jump-start new drug discovery

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