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High performance computing is supercharging research into clean energy solutions.

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Nematode RNAi nemesis

Anthony King, June 2019

Parasitic nematode worms infect almost all cultivated crops, inflicting roughly a 20% loss in annual yields. Now, scientists have discovered metabolites in soil bacteria that protect crops against nematodes.


030 White light bokeh

Whiter than white

Michael Gross, June 2019

LED lights are gaining market share, while chemists continue to develop new materials to tweak their performance in the search for the perfect white light.


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Movers and Shakers

June 2019

Specialty chemical and ingredient sales and marketing company American International Chemical has appointed Darren J. Birkelbach as president.


Business digest

June 2019

UK-based global petrochemicals giant Ineos is investing $2bn in building its first ever manufacturing plants in Saudi Arabia.


Need for accuracy

Jonas Korlach, June 2019

As DNA sequencing is increasingly adopted — from clinical applications to species conservation — it may be surprising to learn that accuracy continues to be a challenge for many sequencing technologies.


Organic chemistry

G. Richard Stephenson, June 2019

Combining metal and Lewis acid catalysis to control cyclisation reactions.