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October 18, 2017
Made under the sea.
Made under the sea.
Chemists are uncovering how and why marine organisms synthesize organohalogens to get a better handle on the risks involved.
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Help build a database of hazardous reactions.
SAFETY
Help build a database of hazardous reactions.
Scour your memory, lab notebooks, or the literature to find reaction safety information and add it to the Chemical Safety Library as part of a two-week datathon.
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How does 3-D printing work, and how is it becoming a tool for production?
3-D PRINTING
How does 3-D printing work, and how is it becoming a tool for production?
Long used by product designers, 3-D printing is finding its way onto the factory floor.
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National Chemistry Week #NCW30Years
ACS NEWS
National Chemistry Week #NCW30Years
Next week, Oct. 22–28, is the 30th anniversary of National Chemistry Week. It started out as National Chemistry Day and has evolved to inspire global outreach.
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Are you ready for the New USP Requirements?
Elemental Impurities: New USP chapters <232>, <233>, and <2232> and frequently asked questions Regarding their Implementation.
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SKETCH CHEMISTRY
Vampyrex
Check out our latest "toothy" comic in collaboration with ChemScrapes artist Brendan Burkett.
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In other news
BUSINESS
Roche, Warp Drive Bio form antibiotics pact.
Major pharmaceutical firm Roche will pay up to $87 million for access to novel natural product classes from Warp Drive Bio.
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Ex-Chemours employee charged with stealing cyanide secrets.
LITIGATION
Ex-Chemours employee charged with stealing cyanide secrets.
A federal grand jury has charged a former Chemours employee with stealing trade secrets related to sodium cyanide and trying to sell them to Chinese investors.
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It's performance review time (groan).
BENCH AND CUBICLE
It's performance review time (groan).
C&EN columnist Chemjobber shares tips on how to make the most out of the dreaded ritual of performance reviews.
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Electrodeposition.
BEAUTY OF SCIENCE
Electrodeposition.
If you think you know what metals look like, well, think again! Watch the electrodeposition of five different metals (copper, tin, zinc, lead, and silver) under a microscope.
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