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One-time heavy rocker Carolyn Bertozzi has made a name for herself with hit papers and sound science. Sarah Houlton charts her path to success

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Think beyond the hot plate and stirrer – the consequences could be revolutionary, says Joshua Howgego

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The key to healthy plants is healthy microbiomes. Anthony King meets the crop scientists hoping to boost yields by managing microorganisms

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Expanding industries in computing and cosmetics have led to higher salaries, while the gender pay gap has increased

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The scientists taking a stand against politics they oppose

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Survey of metal–organic frameworks raises concerns about the reliability of adsorption data

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