January 16, 2012 Issue | Chemical & Engineering News
 
 

American Chemical Society Appoints New Editor-In-Chief For C&EN

The American Chemical Society has appointed Bibiana Campos-Seijo as the new editor-in-chief of Chemical & Engineering News. Currently editor and publisher of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chemistry World magazine, she will move to C&EN in December.

 
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January 16, 2012 Issue

Volume 90, Issue 3
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January 16, 2012 Issue, Vol. 90 | Iss. 3
Drug manufacturers pinpoint techniques to analyze growing and diverse class of therapeutics
By Jyllian Kemsley
(pp. 13-16)
Features
Government & Policy
Politically motivated public record requests for faculty messages prompt concerns over free scientific discourse (pp. 24-25)
Science & Technology
Recent advances in instrument design and methodology provide a wealth of traditionally inaccessible data (pp. 32-34)
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(p.7)

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(p.8)

LanzaTech Buys Range Fuels Facility

Cleantech: New owner will bring its approach to making biofuels
(p.8)

Anastas Steps Down At EPA

Agency head of research will move back to Yale University after two years of political heat.
(p.9)

Deals Energize Drug Conference

Pharmaceuticals: Biotech executives are bullish at this year’s J. P. Morgan health care event
(p.9)

China Backtracks On Plant Closure

Environment: Government may have second thoughts about shutting a p-xylene facility
(p.10)

Fast Atmospheric Reactions

Climate Change: Plants may fuel aerosol formation more quickly than realized
(p.10)

Clearer Picture Of A Proteasome

Structural Biology: Arrangement of proteasome’s components provides clues to function
(p.11)
 

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Government & Policy

Patent eligibility of personalized medicine is at stake in closely watched case
(pp. 26-27)
Politically motivated public record requests for faculty messages prompt concerns over free scientific discourse
(pp. 24-25)
Safety board urges OSHA to regulate combustible dust as five workers die in cascade of explosions
(p.28)
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Science & Technology

Synchronized engineered bacteria sense heavy metals
(p.38)
Recent advances in instrument design and methodology provide a wealth of traditionally inaccessible data
(pp. 32-34)
Drug manufacturers pinpoint techniques to analyze growing and diverse class of therapeutics
(pp. 13-16)
Behind every generic name lies a specific process
(pp. 36-37)

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