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Science Highlights

How Proteins Fold: A Guided Model (To be published in "APS Science 2021, Volume 1")
The Ceramic that Breathes Oxygen to Make Hydrogen (To be published in "APS Science 2021, Volume 1")
A New Molecular Target for Therapeutic Interventions Aimed at C. Difficile Infection (University of California, Irvine press release)
In Search of Fast-Charging Lithium-ion Batteries (To be published in "APS Science 2021, Volume 1")
Synthetic Biology Yields Easy-to-Use Underwater Adhesives (Washington University in St. Louis news release)
“Dancing Molecules” Successfully Repair Severe Spinal Cord Injuries (“Northwestern [University] Now” article)
A Simple Switch in Lanthanide Separations (To be published in "APS Science 2020, Volume 2")
Understanding How Cyanobacteria Tune Photoreceptors to Sense Far-Red Light (To be published in "APS Science 2021, Volume 1")
Bromine is Not Useful as Paleo-Diet Indicator (To be published in "APS Science 2020, Volume 2")
Correlated Electrons “Tango” in a Perovskite Oxide at the Extreme Quantum Limit (Oak Ridge National Laboratory press release)
How New Monoclonal Antibodies Neutralize Dangerous Henipaviruses (Published in "APS Science 2020, Volume 2")
Stop the Repair, Stop the Cancer (Published in "APS Science 2020, Volume 2")
Making the Most of Metal (To be published in "APS Science 2021, Volume 1")
A New Ribosome-Targeting Antibiotic Acts against Drug-Resistant Bacteria (University of Illinois Chicago “UIC Today” article)
The Unseen Complexities of Early Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation (To be published in "APS Science 2021, Volume 1")
New, Highly Potent, and Synthetic Inhibitors of an Adrenaline-Producing Enzyme (To be published in "APS Science 2020, Volume 2")
How Do Ice Giants Maintain Their Magnetic Fields? (Carnegie Institution for Science news story)
Multi-Scale Experiments Inform Modeling of Titanium Alloy Durability (To be published in "APS Science 2021, Volume 1")