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Sunscreen SPF Explained - Speaking of Chemistry

Chemical & Engineering News Senior Editor Carmen Drahl and Associate Editor Sophia Cai explain the chemistry behind SPF, so you don't get burned, in the latest video of “Speaking of Chemistry”.

 
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August 7, 2006 Issue

Volume 84, Issue 32
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August 7, 2006 Issue, Vol. 84 | Iss. 32
By targeting multiple HER-family receptors, small-molecule drugs could fill the therapeutic gaps left by Herceptin
By Lisa M. Jarvis
(pp. 21-27)
Features
Science & Technology
Ghrelin vaccine permits male rats to gain less weight on usual diet (p.15)
Career & Employment
Chemists' starting salaries are up a notch from 2004, but employment scene remains below par (pp. 57-64)
Back Issues
 

Cover Story: Battling Breast Cancer

Personalizing Medicine
Taking The Guesswork Out Of Breast Cancer Treatment
(p.22)
 

News of the Week

The Next Step In Obesity Vaccines

Ghrelin vaccine permits male rats to gain less weight on usual diet
(p.15)

Pfizer Names New CEO

Sudden switch comes amid mounting shareholder pressure
(p.16)

Senate Approves Offshore Drilling

Chemical makers say bill could provide new supplies of natural gas and lower prices
(p.16)

Portable MRI

Optical magnetometer detects magnetic resonance image of flowing water
(p.18)

Robust Growth

European chemical industry enjoys strong second-quarter earnings
(p.18)

Desperate Cooling Measure Is Aired

Artificial injections of sulfur into the stratosphere would cool Earth, scientist suggests
(p.19)
 

Departments

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Science & Technology

New software and websites for the chemical enterprise
(p.51)
Beefing up signal of FRET kinase biosensors makes inexpensive high-throughput screening possible
(pp. 48-49)
By targeting multiple HER-family receptors, small-molecule drugs could fill the therapeutic gaps left by Herceptin
(pp. 21-27)
Taking The Guesswork Out Of Breast Cancer Treatment
(p.22)

Career & Employment

Chemists' starting salaries are up a notch from 2004, but employment scene remains below par
(pp. 57-64)

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