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March 16, 2020 Issue

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March 16, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 10

Scientists explore how to revamp the hair-thin silica glass fibers to transmit more and more data

Cover image:As telecom demands grow, scientists explore how to revamp the hair-thin silica glass fibers to transmit more and more data

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Quote of the Week

“ERP conjures up overly complex, slow-moving technology that may not live up to expectations.”

Liz Herbert,, vice president and principal analyst, Forrester

Photonics

As telecom demands grow, optical fibers will need to level up

Scientists explore how to revamp the hair-thin silica glass fibers to transmit more and more data

  • How one country is grappling with mercury emissions from artisanal gold shops

    Peru seeks to keep rudimentary gold refining from exposing communities to neurotoxic metal

  • How international students can share their culture in the lab

    Creating more opportunities for dialogue is just the first step

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Meetings

ACS cancels spring national meeting in Philadelphia

#ACSPhilly is one of many scientific conferences postponed or canceled because of concerns over COVID-19

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