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Scarcity of Sand

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10 January 2016 – An omnipresent yet scarce and vital raw material

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Forecast of European Chemical Production

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09 January 2016 – European chemical industry forecasts 1 % growth for 2016

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Investment in High-Performance Compounds

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09 January 2016 – LANXESS doubles high-performance plastics production capacity in North America; investment of around USD 15 million

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New State of Hydrogen

Author: Marek Czykanski

08 January 2016 – High-pressure experiment produced the first precursor of a metallic atomic hydrogen-state

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Chemistry Goes Viral

Author: Jenna Pope

08 January 2016 – Using chemical techniques on viruses leads to advanced drug delivery systems

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Solar Thermal Fuels for Heat Release Applications

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

07 January 2016 – For the first time a macroscopic energy release is demonstrated for solid-state solar thermal fuels

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Writing With a Bubble Pen

Author: Nancy McGuire

06 January 2016 – Bubble-pen nanolithography produces precise patterns of nanoparticles on a plasmonic substrate

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Elements 113, 115, 117 and 118 Added

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05 January 2016 – The periodic table of the chemical elements is growing by four elements

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Tiny Tubes Do Speedy Cleanup

Author: Nancy McGuire

05 January 2016 – Micromotor device cleans up wastewater pollutants by using them for fuel

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Proteins Modified to Order

Author: Adrian Neal

04 January 2016 – A new method for site-selective protein conjugation based on aromatic nucleophilic substitution

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