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Chemists Talk Obesity, Drug Use and Fuel Cells

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Chemists Talk Obesity, Drug Use and Fuel Cells

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Chemists Talk Obesity, Drug Use and Fuel Cells

Chemists Talk Obesity, Drug Use and Fuel Cells

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The research presented at the American Chemical Society meeting this week spanned the spectrum. Topics ranged from a virus that may contribute to obesity, to using sewage to track illegal drug use, to new ways to store hydrogen for fuel cells.

Catherine "Katie" Hunt, president of the American Chemical Society

Jennifer Field, professor of environmental molecular toxicology at Oregon State University

Magdalena Pasarica, post doctoral researcher studying viruses and obesity at Louisiana State University's Pennington Biomedical Research Center