In a lab in Emeryville not much bigger than a garage, three scientists are trying to show there is a better way to make chemicals used in everyday items.
Happy New Year! Isn’t it great that while we were all on vacation, enjoying the holidays with our friends and families, science kept moving forward?
This is an extra web-only edition of my column between print issues while Synapse is on holiday break. As such, I’m taking this opportunity to write in less-formal (was I ever formal?) blog form.
Welcome to the second installment of the UCSF Library column on scientific publishing (that means data too!). Last month, Anneliese Taylor provided a great introduction to open-access publishing.
So, you’re back from Thanksgiving, and it’s only a few weeks until the winter holidays.
Space Exploration: On Nov. 12, the European Space Agency landed a spacecraft on a comet.
Chronic pain afflicts more than 100 million people in the United States, which makes pain alleviation one of the greatest unmet medical challenges. SiteOne Therapeutics, located in the UCSF QB3 incubator, thinks it has a solution.