January 8, 2007 Issue | Chemical & Engineering News
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January 8, 2007 Issue

Volume 85, Issue 2
January 8, 2007 Issue, Vol. 85 | Iss. 2
By William J. Storck, senior correspondent, and Alexander H. Tullo, senior editor, in New Jersey; Patricia L. Short, senior correspondent, in London, and Jean-François Tremblay, senior correspondent, in Hong Kong.
Government & Policy
Two views on whether current law overseeing commercial chemicals in the U.S. is tough enough (pp. 34-38)
Science & Technology
Electrochemical and spectroscopic methods help conserve historic metal artifacts (pp. 45-47)
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(pp. 40-42)
The new economy, the leveling off of working-age adults, and the upsurge in new graduates will impinge on the future job market
Two views on whether current law overseeing commercial chemicals in the U.S. is tough enough
(pp. 34-38)