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Apr 2 2018 | Chemistry World | Posted In: In the News
Greater openness and a growing acceptance that sexual harassment is a problem at universities is helping more victims than ever before to come forward. But there are still obstacles to overcome when reporting harassment and not all institutes are facing up to the problem. At the American Chemical...
Apr 2 2018 | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
In the March 2018 edition of The Pathologist, William Aryitey sat down with Professor Carolyn Bertozzi to talk about her career in chemistry and the digital direction of pathology. Read the full story on The Pathologist.
Mar 16 2018 | C&EN | Posted In: In the News
In the second episode of C&EN's Stereo Chemistry podcast, host Kerri Jansen follows up on the September 2017 cover story on sexual harassment in chemistry to look at what has changed—and what hasn’t—since that piece was published. 
Feb 28 2018 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
By Nathan Collins Tuberculosis, a distant memory to most Americans, remains a serious public-health threat in developing countries, in part because the most common test for the disease was developed a century ago and is not the most reliable. Now, a team of basic chemists working in collaboration...
Feb 26 2018 | Science Daily
Researchers have discovered how a disease-associated protein gets inactivated, opening the door to possible new treatments. Professor Chaitan Khosla, the director of Stanford Chemistry, Engineering & Medicine for Human Health, oversaw the new study. 

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