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June 24, 2013 Issue

Volume 91, Issue 25
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June 24, 2013 Issue, Vol. 91 | Iss. 25
Efforts are under way to develop a vaccine and better diagnostics for outdoor threat
By Government & Policy Department
(p.10)
Features
Business
Drugmakers warily contemplate outside research partnerships that use collaborative software (pp. 23-25)
ACS News
Indianapolis, Sept. 8–12 (p.41)
Back Issues
 
A Shot Against Lyme Disease
As Lyme disease cases spread, a new vaccine is being developed amid worries about a hostile reception
(pp. 12-13)
Accelerating Lyme Disease Diagnostics
New measurement technologies bring hope for early-stage detection
(pp. 15-17)
 

News of the Week

Two Plant Blasts Kill Three People

Chemical Accidents: Back-to-back chemical facility accidents on the Gulf Coast raise safety concerns
(p.5)

‘Pay For Delay’ Pharma Deals Stand

Pharma: But agreements between brand-name owners and generic drug makers can be challenged
(p.6)

Cancer Fighters From The Sea

Natural Products: Sponge molecules isolated and synthesized for drug trials
(p.6)

Fired Researcher Denies Blame For Disputed Data

Research Integrity: Former GSK R&D leader in China claims mix-up in paper was inadvertent
(p.7)

Repurposing Drugs

NIH funds projects to find new uses for abandoned compounds
(p.7)

Ocean Acidification Threatens Economies And Marine Life

Environment: Corals weaken as pH drops, UN report detail further ocean harm
(p.8)

U.S. Team Picked For International Chemistry Olympiad

Competitions: Four high school students are selected to represent the U.S. in Moscow
(p.8)

Administration Claims Syria Used Chemical Weapons

Investigation: White House has yet to detail evidence
(p.9)

How Mole Rats Defeat Malignancy

Critter Chemistry: Long-lasting, extended hyaluronan polymers in their skin protect naked mole rats
(p.9)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

Experts applaud reduced climate impact of the fuel but warn it’s only buying limited time
(p.29)
As Lyme disease cases spread, a new vaccine is being developed amid worries about a hostile reception
(pp. 12-13)
New measurement technologies bring hope for early-stage detection
(pp. 15-17)
Efforts are under way to develop a vaccine and better diagnostics for outdoor threat
(p.10)

Books

Discovery of the final seven naturally occurring elements reveals the complex human interactions that drive science
(pp. 34-35)