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Stabilizing Synthetic DNA for Data Storage

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27 February 2020 – DNA dried in the presence of earth alkaline salts for robust protection

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Structure of "Spike" Protein in New Coronavirus Determined

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21 February 2020 – Results could help to develop a vaccine and antibody treatments

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Bacteria Turn Soft Matrix into a Living Building Material

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17 January 2020 – Cyanobacteria turn carbon dioxide into carbonate and create stable materials

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Stone Eaters

Author: Marek Czykanski

08 January 2020 – New form of biological weathering of rock dicovered

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Happy New Year!

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01 January 2020 – The team of ChemistryViews.org wishes you a peaceful, healthy, and successful New Year 2020

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AI Detects Cancer Metastases

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24 December 2019 – Algorithm shows effectiveness of drugs against metastases

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Could a Little Pesticide Be Good for Bumblebees?

Author: Sarah Maier

07 December 2019 – Study of bumblebee colonies with either thiacloprid-treated or organic clover as food source

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More Precise CRISPR/Cas9 Method

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06 December 2019 – Improved gene editing that can be switched on and off

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Improved Disulfide-Reducing Reagent

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30 November 2019 – 2-(dibenzylamino)butane-1,4-dithiol is easy to prepare, does not smell, and can be used in a broad range of solvents

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E. coli Clones Use CO2 as Sole Carbon Source

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29 November 2019 – Metabolic rewiring and directed evolution convert bacteria to generate biomass carbon from CO2

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