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  • Each month we select articles to showcase in our Research Highlights. Here, we share how we choose which articles to feature.

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  • Sample preparation and instrumentation for macromolecular mass spectrometry continue to evolve, making the technique more relevant than ever.

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  • Assessing review manuscripts is not the same as assessing research manuscripts, but is just as important in shaping how we understand science.

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  • Enzymes can serve as blueprints for artificial catalysts, the preparation of which may involve anything from biosynthesis of mutants to chemical synthesis of active site mimics.

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  • Efficient redox catalysis offers an important avenue in using renewable energy to process fuels. To this end, efforts in homogeneous, heterogeneous and microbial catalysis may each advance our fundamental understanding and technological capabilities.

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  • We give our perspective on one year of publishing Nature Reviews Chemistry.

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  • Nature Reviews Chemistry welcomes your proposals for review articles. In this editorial, we provide some details on what makes a good proposal.

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  • A detailed picture of how DNA is copied and modified comes from a molecular-level understanding of DNA and the enzymes that process it. Why is DNA not always copied correctly, and what happens when its bases are modified?

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