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April 16, 2007 Issue

Volume 85, Issue 16
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Molecular-beam methods and novel electrodes simplify analysis of mixtures
By Mitch Jacoby
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Features
Business
Highly experienced Bayer chemists encounter challenging job market (pp. 27-30)
Education
As homeschooling catches on, demand grows for a broader spectrum of chemistry curricula (pp. 49-51)
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For effective rules and regulations to be set, science must play a key role
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Education

As homeschooling catches on, demand grows for a broader spectrum of chemistry curricula
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Former homeschool students reflect on their educational experiences
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Pointers help international faculty bridge cultural divide separating them and American students
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Opportunities abound for learning science outside the home
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Molecular-beam methods and novel electrodes simplify analysis of mixtures
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