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June 25, 2012 Issue

Volume 90, Issue 26
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June 25, 2012 Issue, Vol. 90 | Iss. 26
Managing nonrenewable mineral resources will increasingly challenge sustainability of the chemical enterprise
By Stephen K. Ritter
(pp. 12-18)
Features
Business
With government help, many small companies are trying to create a medical arsenal (pp. 23-26)
ACS News
Philadelphia, Aug. 19­–23 (p.51)
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News of the Week

UN Summit Backs A Green Economy

International: Governments meeting in Brazil seek a new model for economic development
(p.7)

Chemical Outlook Dims For Europe

Economy: Trade group lowers forecast for growth in the EU to zero
(p.8)

New Rules May Ax Flame Retardants

Chemicals: State revision to decades-old standard could have nationwide consequences
(p.8)

Recognizing Green Chemistry Achievements

Honors: Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards highlight innovations that prevent pollution and promote sustainability
(pp. 9-10)

Senate Rejects Bid To Kill Mercury Regulation

EPA rule that mandates coal-fired power plants to monitor emissions remains intact, but the Senate is divided over the issue
(p.9)

Shifts In Pharma Noted At BIO

Biotechnology: Annual conference focuses on a new world of drug research and funding
(p.9)

Anticancer Prospect Made From Scratch

Total Synthesis: Chemists map route to natural product (+)-fusarisetin A
(p.10)

Single Amino Acid Forms Fibrils

Amyloid Disease: Phenylalanine aggregates may have a role in phenylketonuria
(p.10)

U.S. Team Selected For Chemistry Olympiad

Team of 4 high school students will compete in 44th International Chemistry Olympiad
(p.11)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

Industry says deep cuts would damage chemical facility antiterrorism program
(pp. 35-36)
Developmental biologist leads NIH flagship institute through tough economic times
(p.37)
Congress, White House finally set to act on 2009 report calling for big changes to forensic science
(pp. 32-34)

Books

Uneven argument for elimination or tighter regulation of many foods, beverages, cosmetics, and nutritional supplements
(pp. 44-45)
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Science & Technology

Glycans in natural mummies survive for thousands of years
(pp. 42-43)
Russia founds a new private university as part of a multi-billion-dollar science and technology city
(pp. 40-41)
Managing nonrenewable mineral resources will increasingly challenge sustainability of the chemical enterprise
(pp. 12-18)

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