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July 18, 2018
Treating genetic diseases before birth.
Treating genetic diseases before birth.
Scientists are using gene therapy and gene editing to treat genetic diseases in animal fetuses.
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Boron arsenide research heats up.
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Boron arsenide research heats up.
The semiconductor has a thermal conductivity far greater than other commonly used electronic materials and could help dissipate waste heat in electronics.
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Targeting immune cells could relieve chronic pain.
NEUROSCIENCE
Targeting immune cells could relieve chronic pain.
Study finds macrophages talk to sensory nerves to elicit chronic pain caused by nerve damage.
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Now you see me; now you don't.
2-D MATERIALS
Now you see me; now you don't.
A thermal camouflage device made from graphene can measure and adapt to the background temperature.
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A better way to dye.
ON THE COVER
A better way to dye.
To make fashion more sustainable, large and small suppliers vow to help a resource-intensive, cost-sensitive industry change with the times.
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HotSpot Therapeutics debuts.
DRUG DISCOVERY
HotSpot Therapeutics debuts.
This is one of a cluster of companies emerging to focus on allosteric inhibitors. The company claims its technology will allow it to access previously undruggable targets.
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Looking to nature for new sunscreens.
NATURAL PRODUCTS
Looking to nature for new sunscreens.
The molecules that plants use to protect themselves from the sun's harmful rays could protect humans, too. This story, produced with ACS Central Science, shines a light on the situation.
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Looking to nature for new sunscreens.
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