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September 10, 2007 Issue

Volume 85, Issue 37
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September 10, 2007 Issue, Vol. 85 | Iss. 37
Control of the chemistry and physics of cell-populated microenvironments reveals new biology
By Celia Henry Arnaud
(pp. 14-19)
Features
Business
 (p.25)
Government & Policy
Museum, FBI, and materials scientist reveal ploys used to produce fraudulent art (pp. 28-31)
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(p.9)

China Raises Heat On Polluters

Agencies act to halt pollution, which is worsening despite repeated attempts to control it
(p.10)

Valuing Flared Natural Gas

World Bank urges an end to burning the resource as waste
(p.10)

Popcorn Minus Diacetyl

Microwave popcorn makers are removing additive because of concern for workers' and now, consumers' health
(p.11)

SABIC Has GE Plastics

Just three months after it was announced, the $11.6 billion deal is complete despite credit market turmoil
(p.11)

Delivering Gene Therapy

Synthetic system uses hydrogen bonding to secure nucleic acids while in transit
(p.12)

Silicon Dopants

3-D maps reveal clumping of desirable impurities
(p.12)
 

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Government & Policy

Museum, FBI, and materials scientist reveal ploys used to produce fraudulent art
(pp. 28-31)
NSF probes the recent unexpected flat spot in the number of scientific journal articles from U.S. institutions
(p.32)
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Science & Technology

Control of the chemistry and physics of cell-populated microenvironments reveals new biology
(pp. 14-19)
Consumers will soon get digital prints in an instant, thanks to organic dyes
(pp. 34-35)
Fluorinated analogs of natural products start to take shape as potential therapeutic drugs
(pp. 36-37)
New Software and Websites for the Chemical Enterprise
(p.38)

Newscripts

Top 10 tips for sleep-inducing scientific writing
(p.56)

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