- Cover: Bethany Halford on the science and delivery of naloxone.
- Don't miss the short article on the invention of naloxone in the United States.
- Lower carbon dioxide emissions in the US over the past few years seems like a good thing. (article by Jeff Johnson)
- A cheery (and cheering?) profile of Jay Bradner, the new president of the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research by Lisa Jarvis.
- Am I wrong, or did Bradner go from running companies of 50~100 to an organization of ~5000+?
- Matt Davenport looks at the state of the art in diamond semiconductors.
- When I was a boy, I would have been fascinated by this debate about the safety of nuclear power in the letters to the editor; now I'm just kinda bored by it all.
- It's safe! It's not safe! Fukushima! Chernobyl!
- CJ's boring opinion: it's hard to see political support for nuclear power in the Western world post-Fukushima for another 20+ years.
Monday, May 16, 2016
This week's C&EN
A few articles from this week's issue of C&EN: