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February 7, 2011 Issue

Volume 89, Issue 6
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February 7, 2011 Issue, Vol. 89 | Iss. 6
Field campaigns target the chemistry behind air quality and climate
By Jyllian N. Kemsley
(pp. 11-15)
Features
Business
Polyethylene terephthalate producers hope consolidation will improve the market (pp. 18-19)
Education
Intensive new program introduces bard college freshmen to how science works (pp. 32-33)
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News of the Week

Pfizer Reveals More R&D Cuts

Pharma Jobs: Firm will close its Sandwich, England, site and exit several research areas
(p.5)

Changing Course On Perchlorate

Regulation: EPA will set drinking water standards for the rocket-fuel chemical
(p.6)

Peeling Away Nanosheets

Materials Science: Liquid exfoliation enhances materials’ properties
(p.6)

Celebrating Chemistry

Solutions: International Year of Chemistry panel mulls 21st-century challenges
(p.7)

Cytec Sells Basics Unit To Private Equity Firm

Acquisition: H.I.G. Capital adds another chemical business to its portfolio
(p.7)

Linking Lomaiviticin

Organic Synthesis: Extensive search reveals metal complex that makes natural product's crowded bond
(p.8)

Oil Dispersants Persist in the Deep

Gulf Spill: Researchers find that an anionic surfactant lingers months after its use in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
(p.8)

Exploring Safer Processes

Plant Security: National Research Council will examine alternative chemical manufacturing techniques
(p.9)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

EPA changing method for estimating health benefits of its regulations
(pp. 23-24)
Senators voice support, criticism for Gulf oil spill report and indicate legislation is likely
(pp. 24-25)

Books

With history as a guide, book argues for less stringent patents and copyrights
(pp. 34-35)

Education

Intensive new program introduces bard college freshmen to how science works
(pp. 32-33)