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June 30, 2014 Issue

Volume 92, Issue 26
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June 30, 2014 Issue, Vol. 92 | Iss. 26
Tiny cellulosic particles are poised to make big impact on materials technology
By Mitch Jacoby
(pp. 9-12)
Features
Business
The nascent bioelectronic medicine field will require a multidisciplinary effort to succeed (pp. 15-16)
Science & Technology
Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference focuses on translating use-inspired basic research into sustainable products (pp. 24-28)
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Science & Technology

Tiny cellulosic particles are poised to make big impact on materials technology
(pp. 9-12)
A look at recent patenting activity in metal-organic framework compounds, brought to you by C&EN and CAS
(p.28)
Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference focuses on translating use-inspired basic research into sustainable products
(pp. 24-28)

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A bachelor’s degree is increasingly becoming a requirement for chemical technician positions
(pp. 35-36)

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