Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, a class of chemicals known as PFAS, are often called “forever chemicals” because of how ...
This week’s issue celebrates C&EN’s Talented 12 class of 2024. It happens to be a milestone year for T12, as the project is ...
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Asahi Kasei has started up four water electrolysis modules, each with a capacity of 0.8 MW, in Kawasaki, Japan. The pilot ...
The article “Biomanufacturing Isn’t Cleaning Up Chemicals” in the April 15/22 issue of C&EN (page 26) failed to mention the ...
Contact manufacturers often impregnate lenses with wetting agents. “But of course, at some point, after a few hours, the contact lens is empty,” says Aránzazu del Campo, a biomaterials ...
The final rule comes after pressure from lawmakers, advocacy groups, and industry. In January, a group of 44 businesses, ...
The EPA is letting farmers use existing stocks of dicamba on soybeans and cotton for the 2024 growing season. Cutoff dates ...
Maze Therapeutics has granted Shionogi an exclusive license to its investigational Pompe disease drug 5 months after the US Federal Trade Commission stopped Maze’s similar deal with Sanofi on ...
Ginkgo Bioworks is cutting costs and laying off staff after losing $166 million in the first quarter. Revenue from its disease-monitoring business surged during the COVID-19 pandemic but was down more ...
The interest in biosurfactants was apparent at the recent ICIS World Surfactants Conference, hosted by the surfactants ...
AbbVie and Gilgamesh Pharmaceuticals have entered an option-to-license agreement for new drugs for psychiatric disorders. The agreement centers on discovering novel drugs that enhance neuroplasticity, ...