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Katherine R. Duncan Nov 14
Thank you to the Linington lab for not only creating - an open access, community-maintained database of microbial natural product but involving the Duncan group ECRs in the curation efforts (you asked for a celebration photo from Scotland...)
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Daniel Probst Nov 16
Congrats on the publication ()! A great database that turned into one of my favourite visualisations.
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The Natural Products Atlas Nov 14
We have a manuscript! Check it out - The Natural Products Atlas: An Open Access Knowledge Base for Microbial Natural Products Discovery
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Tony Z. Jia Nov 17
Replying to @ACSCentSci
Prof Yanagisawa’s recent work was published in
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C&EN Nov 15
(5) How engineered bacteria can make indigo synthesis and dyeing blue jeans more ecofriendly. Read our interview with cofounder Tammy Hsu: Produced in collaboration with
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C&EN Nov 13
This stretchy selectively breaks down. Researchers have developed a system that stretches, conducts, and can degrade in weak acid. Such could be used for medical implants or wearable tech. Via :
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Carolyn Bertozzi Nov 14
Proud to host this foundational resource ⁦⁩ The Natural Products Atlas: An Open Access Knowledge Base for Microbial Natural Products Discovery | ACS Central Science
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American Chemical Society Nov 15
Recently published in : Thanks to a clever strategy, researchers have trapped an unusual subatomic quasiparticle known as a trion using an altered carbon nanotube. Read more in :
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ACS Central Science Nov 15
Check out research by Chi Zhang, Jinhu Yang & co-workers from University on hybrid anatase/rutile nanodots-embedded with complementary polysulfide adsorption for high-performance lithium–sulfur batteries:
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ACS Central Science Nov 14
The addition of a monofunctional competitor enables chemical control over nucleation & results in anisotropic growth of 2D COF colloids! New by , , Nathan C. Gianneschi & co-workers:
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ACS Central Science Nov 13
. & team demonstrate for the first time a material that has semiconductivity, intrinsic stretchability & full degradability. It could be used to build fully biodegradable diagnostic or therapeutic devices!
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Carolyn Bertozzi Nov 13
Great piece on work by published this month !
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ACS Sensors Nov 11
Detecting ’s disease using volatile from the sebum from the skin
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ACS Pressroom Nov 12
In , researchers from , , have figured out how to recycle polyethylene plastic waste into liquids like motor oil.
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ACS Central Science Nov 13
High-throughput screening accelerates identification of biocatalysts for selective halogenation! Read by Attabey Rodríguez Benítez & Alison R. H. Narayan​ on research by & co-workers
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Will Dichtel Nov 11
Latest : Controlled nucleation and anisotropic growth of 2D using monofunctional competitors. Experiments by Theory by Haoyuan Li,
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C&EN Nov 11
How engineered bacteria can make indigo synthesis and dyeing blue jeans more ecofriendly. Read our interview with cofounder Tammy Hsu: Produced in collaboration with .
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Narayan Lab @ UMich Nov 11
Had fun writing with on the latest hot paper from the on family-wide enzymes profiling and SSNs in check it out =>
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C&EN Nov 8
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5: Thanks to a clever chemical strategy, researchers have trapped an unusual subatomic quasiparticle known as a trion using an altered carbon nanotube. Via :
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Silicon Valley ACS Nov 8
Congratulations to the best poster winner from , Diego Garrido Ruiz!
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