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October 1, 2007 Issue

Volume 85, Issue 40
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October 1, 2007 Issue, Vol. 85 | Iss. 40
Drug firms forge an information management architecture to take on the research data glut
By Rick Mullin
(p.13)
Features
Business
Sales in developing countries soar amid concerns about the food-biofuels balance (pp. 23-25)
Science & Technology
Alternatives could overcome limitations of current drugs (pp. 33-34)
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Cover Story: The Big Picture

Target Practice
Software and database vendors aim to supply researchers with tools to extract quality from quantity
(pp. 19-20)
A Collaborative Tool Settles Into Drug Research
Software and database vendors aim to supply researchers with tools to extract quality from quantity
(p.20)
 

News of the Week

Clarifying HIV Entry Process

New details of virus's embrace with cell surface
(p.7)

Outrage Over Railroad Fuel Fees

Chemical industry study says freight railroads are overcharging customers
(p.8)

Permit Sought For New U.S. Reactors

Construction application is first in 29 years
(p.8)

Bristol-Myers Squibb To Buy Biotech Firm Adnexus

Purchase for $430 million is big drug company's latest foray into large-molecule pharmaceuticals
(p.9)

AIDS Vaccine Trials Halted

Lack of efficacy leads NIH and Merck to stop testing
(p.10)

Neutral Diborene Is A First

Unexpected compound's boron-boron double bond confirmed by calculations
(p.10)

Nations Speed Up HCFC Elimination

Ten-year acceleration comes on 20th anniversary of Montreal protocol
(p.18)

Tagging Natural Products

New approach yields target information
(p.18)
 

Departments

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Business

Sales in developing countries soar amid concerns about the food-biofuels balance
(pp. 23-25)
Tireless environmental activist seeks to nurture China's environmental conscience
(p.26)
Software and database vendors aim to supply researchers with tools to extract quality from quantity
(p.20)
Software and database vendors aim to supply researchers with tools to extract quality from quantity
(pp. 19-20)
Drug firms forge an information management architecture to take on the research data glut
(p.13)