- Cover story: Steve Ritter writes on the problems (and solutions) of coal ash.
- The Chinese government has determined it was nitrocellulose that caused the explosions in Tianjin. (article by Jean-François Tremblay)
- Wonderful long article by Marc Reisch about NMR facility directors' solutions to both the helium problem and the obsoleting of Varian NMRs and their software.
- Interesting new anti-malarial compound discovered by Stanford researchers (article by Stu Borman)
- Yumanity raises $45 million dollars. (article by Ann Thayer)
- For $45 million bucks, you'd think they'd get a different name... must be a story there.
- Pakistani chemists write in on the death of chemistry professor Syed Hamid Hussain at the hands of terrorists.
Friday, February 19, 2016
This week's C&EN
A little late in the week, but here's a few articles from this week's C&EN: