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March 27, 2006 Issue

Volume 84, Issue 13
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March 27, 2006 Issue, Vol. 84 | Iss. 13
Former American Chemical Society president Paul S. Anderson served the pharmaceutical industry for nearly 40 years
By Mitch Jacoby
(pp. 13-16)
Features
Government & Policy
DHS secretary wants federal regulation of chemical industry security (p.7)
Business
After false starts, cancer immunotherapies tiptoe toward commercialization (pp. 23-27)
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News of the Week

Chertoff Calls For Legislation

DHS secretary wants federal regulation of chemical industry security
(p.7)

Air Products Restructures

Company acquires specialties firm, sells dinitrotoluene plant, and plans other sales
(p.8)

Molecular Pas De Deux

Photoreactive host molecule mechanically twists guest compound
(p.9)

Methane From Ancient Microbes

Evidence suggests the organisms lived much earlier than previously thought
(p.10)

Oxygen's Gift

Without O2, life would be a lot simpler
(p.10)

Warning Sounded On Fluoride

NRC report concludes high levels in water can cause adverse health effects
(p.11)
 

Departments

ACS News

ACS fellowship opportunities in Washington, D.C., immerse chemists in public policy process
(pp. 54-55)
Intensive planning, member input set direction of society for the future
(pp. 52-53)
(pp. 57-58)
Former American Chemical Society president Paul S. Anderson served the pharmaceutical industry for nearly 40 years
(pp. 13-16)
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Science & Technology

Mechanistic studies fill holes in understanding of various aspects of DNA replication
(pp. 40-42)
Polymers that inefficiently pack space adsorb significant quantities of hydrogen at 77 K
(pp. 43-44)
Cosmetics containing C60 nanoparticles are entering the market, even if their safety is unclear
(p.47)