- Cover: Fascinating story about non-alcoholic steatohepatitis treatments by Lisa Jarvis
- Fair warning: I did not expect to see pictures of human livers.
- Electronic skin? (article by Katherine Bourzac)
- Missed a perfectly good "Star Trek: First Contact" reference there.
- An inorganic helix (article by Stephen K. Ritter.)
- The University of Hawaii was fined $115,000 for safety conditions, regarding the Thea Ekins-Coward incident. (article by Jyllian Kemsley)
- Blast at Wanhua Chemical kills four (article by Jean-François Tremblay)
- "Company CEO Zengtai Liao spoke to C&EN earlier this year about setting Wanhua as an example the rest of the Chinese industry could learn from."
- Fascinating Greenpeace report linked in the article: "China averaged 29 chemical accidents per month so far this year"
- Chevron swaps out hydrofluoric acid for an ionic liquid. (article by Michael McCoy)
- This seems like a fairly major safety advance.
Monday, October 3, 2016
This week's C&EN
A few of the articles in this week's issue of Chemical and Engineering News: