Global community building: Thoughts and insights from ACS President Donna Nelson

ACS President Donna Nelson shares insights on building bridges and trust through global communities to further scientific exchange.

Molecule of the Week

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C&EN/ACS Publications Highlights

Fast Route to Bioactives
Multicomponent coupling reactions are used to make diverse compounds for studying structure–activity relationships of bioactive small molecules.

ACS Combinatorial Science

Better Fluorogenic Probes
Coumarin-modified malachite green analogues offer advantages over fluorescent proteins and other alternatives for protein-activated probes.

Bioconjugate Chemistry

Cataract Mystery Clarified
The NMR structure of the human γC-crystallin lens protein explains the deleterious role mutations of this protein play in patients’ cataracts.