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August 16, 2010 Issue

Volume 88, Issue 33
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August 16, 2010 Issue, Vol. 88 | Iss. 33
Anticoagulants in the pipeline may overcome the drawbacks of well-entrenched drugs
By Carmen Drahl
(pp. 15-22)
Features
Government & Policy
Congressional hearing probes safety and other provisions of bill to reform chemical control law (pp. 35-37)
Science & Technology
Individuals’ records of environmental exposures may yield clues to the causes of disease (pp. 42-44)
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News of the Week

A Wire For Spying On Cells

Nanotechnology: Tiny bioprobe features a field-effect transistor built from a kinked silicon nanowire
(p.9)

Economy Buoys Chemical Deals

Business: Acquisitions are brisk for the first half of 2010
(p.10)

OSHA Levies Fine For Fatal Explosion

Safety: Agency cites 371 violations but stops short of prohibiting use of natural gas for pipe cleaning
(p.10)

Directing Materials Research

Engineering professor Ian M. Robertson will head the Materials Research Division at NSF
(p.11)

Reviving An Antibiotic Target

Structural Biology: Novel binding interaction could lead to new class of antibacterial drugs
(p.11)

Activists, Industry Clash Over Security

Antiterrorism: Chemical companies use financial clout to thwart stricter measures, report charges
(p.12)

Setting Sites On Sustainability

ACS News: Chemical societies’ websites focus on global environmental challenges
(p.13)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

Supporters and opponents of free access to all federally funded published research argue anew at congressional hearing
(p.38)
Insights: Industry gears up to promote benefits of chemicals, new technologies
(p.39)
Congressional hearing probes safety and other provisions of bill to reform chemical control law
(pp. 35-37)
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Science & Technology

Anticoagulants in the pipeline may overcome the drawbacks of well-entrenched drugs
(pp. 15-22)
Individuals’ records of environmental exposures may yield clues to the causes of disease
(pp. 42-44)
Lab at Johnson Space Center preserves 40-year-old lunar samples for study
(pp. 46-47)

Career & Employment

In The Job Market? Get Out There And Network
(pp. 48-50)
For new grads searching for a job in this tough economy, networking is not an option but a necessity
(pp. 48-50)

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