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October 5, 2009 Issue

Volume 87, Issue 40
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October 5, 2009 Issue, Vol. 87 | Iss. 40
New fibers and membranes make outdoor gear lighter and more comfortable
By Melody Voith
(pp. 15-21)
Features
Business
Chinese and Indian companies are steadily moving drugs into U.S. clinical trials (pp. 24-25)
Science & Technology
New chemical tools are poised to help scientists explore the roles oxidized cysteine residues might play in biology (pp. 38-40)
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News of the Week

One-Two Punch On Climate Change

Regulation: Senate, EPA push ahead on plans to cut greenhouse gases
(p.10)

Cleantech Investments Surge

Government support lured in venture investors in the third quarter
(p.11)

Composite Anode Tolerates Hydrocarbon Fuels

Electrochemistry: Ceramic-metallic material could lead to cheaper, simpler fuel cells
(p.13)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

Energy Department research program is expected to ramp up with Berkeley lab engineer’s confirmation
(p.32)
Legislation would create new federal programs to control size, incidences of harmful blooms
(pp. 33-34)
Call for integration, collaboration in life sciences research to solve societal challenges is ambitious, but lacks specifics
(p.35)
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Science & Technology

New fibers and membranes make outdoor gear lighter and more comfortable
(pp. 15-21)
New chemical tools are poised to help scientists explore the roles oxidized cysteine residues might play in biology
(pp. 38-40)
Philosophers delve into the central science
(pp. 41-42)
A sculptor nurtures an elemental garden
(p.43)
New And Notable In The Chemical Industry
(pp. 44-45)

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