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.

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C&EN/ACS Publications Highlights

How Cells Let Viruses Invade
Protein kinase C is a master kinase activated by viral infection, which controls cellular response and allows viruses to hijack cellular machinery.


PEG-Modified Conjugates
The relationships between the poly(ethylene glycol) contents of synthetic RNA–spherical nucleic acid conjugates and their bioactivity are explored.

Bioconjugate Chemistry

Make Tastier Red Wine
Condensed tannins (CTs) enhance the organoleptic properties of red wines. Removing grape proteins before fermentation increases wine CT content.

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry