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Employment

Does taking a vacation stress you out?

Chemjobber on the challenges of taking time off

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Greenhouse Gases

Steel plant waste could mop up CO2

Low-cost management of steel slag waste could boost CO2 uptake


Microplastic in drinking water found to pose little risk to humans

Most particles pass through human gut, World Health Organization says

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Publishing

Holden Thorp named editor in chief of Science

Chemist stepped down as provost of Washington University in St. Louis in July


Olaplex wins $91 million in suit against L’Oréal

Jury awards $91 million to start-up Olaplex for losses from hair-protection knockoff

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Start-ups

The world's first GMO probiotic is for sale; it's designed to prevent hangovers

The product, made by ZBiotics, is regulated as a food, not a drug, and has not been vetted for effectiveness in humans


Kary Mullis dies at age 74

Biochemist received Nobel Prize for invention of PCR and attracted controversy for positions on climate change and AIDS