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March 29, 2010 Issue

Volume 88, Issue 13
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March 29, 2010 Issue, Vol. 88 | Iss. 13
At Pittcon 2010, hints of an instrument industry upturn
By Stu Borman
(pp. 27-31)
Features
Government & Policy
Public and private sector mull over how to meet growing food demand (pp. 18-19)
Science & Technology
Stakeholders consider ways to reduce the impact of drugs that get past sewage treatment plants and into nature (pp. 23-24)
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Cover Story: Positive Signals

Probing Nanotoxicity
Analytical methods provide insight into hazards of nanomaterials
(pp. 32-34)
Doubling Up On Mass Analysis
Coupling ion mobility spectrometry with mass spec provides sensitivity to analyte mass, charge, and shape
(pp. 35-37)
Pittcon Awards 2010
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(pp. 42-43)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Catherine Fenselau
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Christy L. Haynes
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Craig A. Aspinwall
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Joshua J. Coon
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Lane C. Sander
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Lloyd M. Smith
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(pp. 42-43)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Richard M. Crooks
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Robin M. Hochstrasser
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Walter Jennings
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Patrick J. Treado
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.43)
Pittcon Awards 2010: Richard P. van Duyne
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.43)
 

News of the Week

Chemists Convene In San Francisco

ACS Meeting News: Sustainable chemistry is gathering's theme
(p.7)

A Shout-Out For Green Chemistry

ACS Meeting News: EPA's Paul Anastas exhorts chemists to embrace commitment to sustainability
(p.8)

Pharma Wins In Health Reform

Legislation: Industry to pick up millions of newly insured customers
(p.8)

Innospec Pleads Guilty

Kickbacks: Firm to pay $40 million in fines stemming from UN oil-for-food program and other violations
(p.9)

Radical Kind Of Methyl Transfer

ACS Meeting News: Enzyme involved in antibiotic resistance catalyzes radical C-methylation
(p.9)

Addition Against The Grain

ACS Meeting News: Defying classic rules, reaction makes new chiral centers
(p.10)

Cleantech Firms Find Investors

Venture Capital: Successful fundraising points to a better 2010
(p.10)

A New Measure Of Sustainability

ACS Meeting News: iSustain Alliance presents Web-based application for tracking greener product development
(p.11)

Curbing Diesel Engines' Cost

Materials Science: New catalyst could sidestep use of costly Pt in emissions control technology
(p.11)
 

Departments

ACS News

Now more than ever, a Haitian ACS Scholar's family inspires him to achieve success in chemistry
(p.44)
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Government & Policy

Lawmakers are told that for technologies to advance, more research and regulations are needed
(p.20)
Public and private sector mull over how to meet growing food demand
(pp. 18-19)
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Science & Technology

Analytical methods provide insight into hazards of nanomaterials
(pp. 32-34)
Coupling ion mobility spectrometry with mass spec provides sensitivity to analyte mass, charge, and shape
(pp. 35-37)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.42)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(pp. 42-43)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.43)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(p.43)
Scientists lauded for their contributions to analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy
(pp. 42-43)
ACS Meeting News: Protease found in brains of those with Alzheimer's triggers release of potentially therapeutic copper chelator
(p.21)
ACS Meeting News: Environmentally friendly coatings made of polysaccharides protect metal from rusting
(p.21)
ACS Meeting News: The shock of a comet hitting a planet could produce amino acids from extraterrestrial building blocks
(p.21)
ACS Meeting News: Quick, inexpensive test uses arsenic-based dyes to identify parasitic diseases
(p.22)
ACS Meeting News: Home remedy prevents bacteria from forming biofilms, study shows
(p.22)
ACS Meeting News: Intestine replica could breed smart gut bacteria
(p.22)
ACS Meeting News: Plasmas and supercritical fluids could replace harsh acid and base soaks for cleaning archaeological relics
(p.22)
ACS Meeting News: Lipophilic vitamin increases release time, boosts exposure to ophthalmic agents
(p.21)
Stakeholders consider ways to reduce the impact of drugs that get past sewage treatment plants and into nature
(pp. 23-24)
To ensure kosher dietary standards, rabbis need to account for every molecule
(pp. 25-26)
High-tech ceramics protect soldiers from a wide range of ballistic threats
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