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June 15, 2020 Issue

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June 15, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 23

As climate change threatens Earth’s glaciers and ice sheets, climatologists and chemists are banking ice core samples for the future

Cover image:Annual layers and trapped gas bubbles are visible in this ice core taken from the Greenland Ice Sheet after five years of drilling in 1993.

Credit: Eric Cravens/National Ice Core Laboratory/Wikimedia Commons

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Climate Change

The race to preserve Earth’s historical climate record—its ice

As climate change threatens Earth’s glaciers and ice sheets, climatologists and chemists are banking ice core samples for the future

  • Rhamnolipids rise as a green surfactant

    Advances in manufacturing are bringing a biosurfactant up to commercial scale

  • Geologist studies cast-off clamshells to understand how they create a snapshot of the past

    University of Chicago’s Susan Kidwell discusses how she uses calcium carbonate to understand life and death on the seafloor

  • How to support and promote Black chemists

    It’s time to listen to their struggles and help advocate for their careers

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Ethics

Essay criticizing efforts to increase diversity in organic synthesis deleted after backlash from chemists

Personal essay in Angewandte Chemie points to deeper problems within the community, chemists say

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