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March 31, 2008 Issue

Volume 86, Issue 13
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March 31, 2008 Issue, Vol. 86 | Iss. 13
Turning university research into products takes time, money, and initiative as four nanotechnology companies' experiences show
By Ann M. Thayer
(pp. 10-15)
Features
Business
Analytical instrument makers sniff out markets where complex aromas matter (pp. 18-19)
Education
Professors who research chemical education surmount early skepticism to pursue a career they love (pp. 37-41)
Back Issues
 

Cover Story: Building Businesses

Stock Market
Indexes Track Pool Of Public Nanotech Companies
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News of the Week

Silicon Circuits That Fold and Stretch

Devices could have novel biomedical applications
(p.5)

Cargill, Materia Launch New Firm

Elevance will make specialty chemicals from vegetable oils
(p.6)

New Leadership For Safety Board

Increased staff and more outreach, investigations planned
(p.6)

New Twist On Amyloids

Handedness hints at how peptides organize
(p.7)
 

Departments

Books

Book is a guide to the future even if the ethical questions have not yet matured
(pp. 42-43)

Education

Doctoral programs, networking organizations, and a variety of publications cater to the field
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Professors who research chemical education surmount early skepticism to pursue a career they love
(pp. 37-41)

Career & Employment

By adopting a storytelling technique, you can improve your presentation's impact
(pp. 49-50)

Newscripts

(p.56)

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