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Zinc(II) Catalyst for the Reduction of CO2 to Formate

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23 March 2020 – Redox-active ligand helps to fix, activate, and reduce carbon dioxide

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Rapid, Sensitive Test for COVID-19 Developed

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22 March 2020 – New method over three times faster than previous approaches

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Structure of SARS-CoV-2 Main Protease as a Basis for Drug Design

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21 March 2020 – X-ray structures of promising target lead to improved drug candidate

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Making Multilayer Packaging Recyclable

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20 March 2020 – Reversible cross‐linking adhesive allows recovery of materials

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Total Synthesis of Cotylenin A

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19 March 2020 – Enantioselective preparation of a bioactive natural product originally isolated from fungi

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Unrecognized Infection Could Play Major Role in Spread of COVID-19

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18 March 2020 – Model that includes undocumented cases explains rapid growth in the number of infections

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Scalable Synthesis of Graphene Nanoribbons

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17 March 2020 – Metal–organic framework (MOF) used for bulk-scale synthesis with atomic precision

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Engineered Cell Line for Coronavirus Isolation

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16 March 2020 – Modified cell line is highly susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 infection, which makes it useful for studying the virus

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Climate Change Treatening Sandy Beaches

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15 March 2020 – Almost half of the world’s sandy beaches could be gone by the end of the century if climate change is not slowed

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How Long Can the SARS-CoV-2 Virus Live on Surfaces and in Aerosols?

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14 March 2020 – New results on the stability of the virus causing COVID-19

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