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Bioadhesive for sticking sensors on squishy squid

A water-wicking bioadhesive acts like double-sided tape on squid skin

A surprising molecular mechanism for processing bitter tastes

Bitter taste receptor’s role goes beyond the tongue

World policymakers trudge tough road as they reconvene in Ottawa for the fourth UN plastics meeting

Negotiators have had a particularly hard time with the plastics treaty. But how do UN treaties work, and how can this one move forward?

Biomanufacturing isn’t cleaning up chemicals

Synthetic biology firms promised a low-carbon industry, but so far they haven’t delivered

Nobel Prize–awarding institution receives an ACS HIST award plaque honoring the discovery of nuclear fission

The award recognizes the groundbreaking research that enabled nuclear power and the Manhattan Project

Early western European coins’ Byzantine origins

Lead isotopes and trace elements in medieval coins reveal unexpected silver source

Miniature polymeric tubes separate enantiomers

Devices could offer an alternative to chromatography and speed screening of chiral compounds

Scientists take a swing at baseball uniforms’ sweat stain issue

Performance sports fabrics are complicated, with complex manufacturing chains

Can biomolecular designers move fast without breaking things?

Researchers hope to use AI to build new protein-based materials and drugs—without making it too easy to do harm

19.04. | A water-wicking bioadhesive acts like double-sided tape on squid skin

19.04. | Bitter taste receptor’s role goes beyond the tongue

19.04. | Synthetic biology firms promised a low-carbon industry, but so far they haven’t delivered

19.04. | Negotiators have had a particularly hard time with the plastics treaty. But how do UN treaties work, and how can this one move forward?

19.04. | The award recognizes the groundbreaking research that enabled nuclear power and the Manhattan Project

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