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Cobalt-Catalyzed Electrochemical Amination of Arenes

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27 March 2018 – Environmentally friendly synthesis of useful arylamines

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Bacteria Breaking Down Lignins

Author: Meghan Campbell

26 March 2018 – Engineered E. coli break down biomass into important chemicals

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Improved Z-Selective Metathesis Catalyst

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25 March 2018 – Scalable synthesis gives useful N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) ligand for Ru catalyst

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Waste from Berries as an Antioxidant Source

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24 March 2018 – Press residues from berry juice production can provide antioxidants for use in foods

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High-Flux Water Desalination

Author: Charlotte Koschnik

23 March 2018 – Nanoporous carbon composite membranes for fast water desalination

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Molecular Knot Made from Trimeric Circular Helicate

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22 March 2018 – Ring-closing metathesis turns helicate into trefoil knot

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Carbon-Rich Nanofibers for Photocathodes

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21 March 2018 – Copper-surface-mediated Glaser polycondensation of 1,3,5-triethynylbenzene

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Selective N-Oxidation of Heteroaryls

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20 March 2018 – First nonenzymatic heteroarene N-oxidation in the presence of amine groups

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Creating Organisms That Depend on Artificial Amino Acids

Author: Meghan Campbell

19 March 2018 – Replacing key residues in enzymes makes bacteria dependent on artificial amino acids

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γ-C(sp3)–H Activation of Ketones

Author: Li Grundl

18 March 2018 – Palladium-catalyzed arylation of ketones directed by an auxiliary

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