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New Chem & ChemEng Faculty Publications
Updated monthly, 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.
- X-ray crystallographic and EPR spectroscopic analysis of HydG, a maturase in [FeFe]-hydrogenase H-cluster assembly
- U0126 Protects Cells against Oxidative Stress Independent of Its Function as a MEK Inhibitor
- Super-Resolution Fluorescence of Huntingtin Reveals Growth of Globular Species into Short Fibers and Coexistence of Distinct Aggregates
- Novel targeted theranostic tools for cancer applications
- Stanford Institute for Chemical Biology: At the crossroad between molecular engineering and human biology
- Finite-size effects on gold and platinum clusters
- Micro and mesoporous nitrogen-doped carbon and surface functionalization for CO2 capture
- Insights into the electrochemical conversion of CO2 to hydrocarbons and alcohols on transition metals surfaces
- Computational insights into C-C coupling on copper surfaces in CO2 electroreduction
- Folding@home: Simulating pathways in atomic detail on the seconds timescale, with applications to kinase conformational change and protein folding
- Over 900 hookworm genes ‘turn on’ to wreak havoc
- Can these neurons ‘hide’ synapses in the brain?
- Can meditation bring relief to sleepy seniors?
- Cats suggest drug may treat ‘childhood Alzheimer’s’
- Facebook adds lifelines to prevent suicide
- Emperor penguins dwindled during last ice age
- Crowdsourcing can say if speech therapy works
- Depression makes the sting of rejection linger
- Moral views about organ sales can change
- Mystery solved: How Plavix breaks up clots
Current awareness publications
New books on polymers
Major reference works
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