Guide to important resources in Organic Chemistry.
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New Chem & ChemEng Faculty Publications
Updated weekly, below are new articles by faculty in Stanford's Chemistry Department and Chemical Engineering Department from the Web of Science (WoS) database. Only users with a current SUNet ID can view full WoS records.
- A Pathogen-Responsive Gene Cluster for Highly Modified Fatty Acids in Tomato
- Accurate and rapid background estimation in single-molecule localization microscopy using the deep neural network BGnet
- Evolution and Diversity of Assembly-Line Polyketide Synthases
- Understanding Structure-Property Relationships of MoO3-Promoted Rh Catalysts for Syngas Conversion to Alcohols
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- Lay counselors help kids in East Africa cope with trauma
- The average American household wastes $1,866 of food per year
- Can snails save coffee from fungus? It’s a risky idea
- Quinoa’s flowering genes could make it easier to grow
- A dash of silicon improves boron carbide body armor
- Did volcanoes kill the dinosaurs? This team says nope
- To make better espresso, use less coffee
- Shark attacks were ‘unusually low’ in 2019
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Current Awareness Publications
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