Vol 359, Issue 6373
This Week in Science
Products & Materials
Books et al.
A blueprint for chemical synthesis in plasticware offers an alternative to capital-intensive reactors for low-volume targets.
Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy identifies naturally produced, chemically modified cellulose crucial for bacterial biofilm architecture.
Cryo–electron microscopy reveals mechanisms of centromeric nucleosome recognition and initial assembly steps of the kinetochore complex.