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Merck’s New CRISPR Technology Patent

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05 August 2017 – European Patent Office (EPO) to grant patent application

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Modified Polymer Removes Heavy Metals

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04 August 2017 – Chelate-functionalized polyacrylamide adsorbs Cu(II) and Pb(II)

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MOF for Moisture Control

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03 August 2017 – Rare-earth-based metal-organic framework (MOF) for indoor moisture control

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Alkene Dicarbofunctionalization

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02 August 2017 – Nickel-catalyzed dicarbofunctionalization of alkenes in the presence of directing groups

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Largest Investment in LyondellBasell's History

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02 August 2017 – LyondellBasell to build large propylene oxide (PO) and tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA) plant in Texas, USA

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Copper in a Metal-Free Reaction?

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01 August 2017 – Copper contaminant revealed as the real catalyst in a metal-free reaction

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Protecting Microfiltration Membranes from Biofouling

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31 July 2017 – Interlaced carbon nanotube electrodes (ICE) reduce fouling rates

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What Does n‑Butyllithium Look Like in Solution?

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30 July 2017 – Aggregation and solvation of common reagent studied using NMR spectroscopy

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Protein From Air and Energy

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28 July 2017 – Batch of single-cell protein created using electricity, water, microbes, and carbon dioxide

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Preventing Thin Film Dewetting

Author: Charlotte Koschnick

27 July 2017 – Suppression of thin film dewetting by capping layers containing graphene and molybdenum disulfide monolayers

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