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July 30, 2007 Issue

Volume 85, Issue 31
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July 30, 2007 Issue, Vol. 85 | Iss. 31
Researchers are finding drug leads as they tease out pathways of cellular glycosylation
By Stu Borman
(pp. 19-30)
Features
Science & Technology
Well-intentioned research, in the wrong hands, can become dangerous (pp. 51-55)
ACS News
Boston, Aug. 19-23 (pp. 67-74)
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Chemical firms Are Prospering

Most firms report double-digit growth in earnings in the second quarter
(p.13)

House Bill Mandates Public Access To Research Results

Legislation would require free online access to NIH-funded research papers within 12 months
(p.14)

Solar Energy Advances

New technology should lead to increased supplies
(p.15)

China Dominates Chemistry Olympiad

Russia and Poland place second and third, respectively; U.S. performs solidly
(p.16)

Key Step Found In Latex Allergy

Allergen dimerizes before allergic response is triggered
(p.16)
 

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Science & Technology

Researchers are finding drug leads as they tease out pathways of cellular glycosylation
(pp. 19-30)
Well-intentioned research, in the wrong hands, can become dangerous
(pp. 51-55)
Caltech professor is first woman, and one of the few foreigners, to lead a Swiss federal research institute
(p.57)

Career & Employment

Marketing yourself well is important for early-career chemists
(pp. 252-253)

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