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October 20, 2014 Issue

Volume 92, Issue 42
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October 20, 2014 Issue, Vol. 92 | Iss. 42
Technology-savvy researchers will steer the laboratory toward digital integration
By Rick Mullin
(pp. 12-15)
Features
Government & Policy
Companies see an opportunity to move their agenda in Congress (pp. 24-25)
ACS News
ACS honors the chemical R&D behind the iconic inventor’s discoveries (pp. 41-42)
Back Issues
 

News of the Week

Preparedness For Ebola Questioned

Pharmaceuticals: U.S. is working to accelerate drug and vaccine clinical trials
(p.7)

Nanovessel Host Leads To Retention Of Configuration In SN2 Reaction

Organic Chemistry: Unexpected reaction may arise from unprecedented supramolecular chemistry
(p.8)

Tianhe Shares Plunge After Trading Resumes

Finance: Investors dump stock of Chinese chemical firm accused of fraud
(p.8)

Department Of Defense Plans For Adaptation In Light Of Climate Change

Shifting environmental factors will affect the way military action is delivered
(p.9)

Naked Aryl Anion Made In Solution

Chemical Reactivity: Small, transient carbanion lacks traditional stabilizing factors
(p.9)

Ethylene Planned For North Dakota

Investment: The oil-rich region looks to participate in the country’s chemical boom
(p.10)

Natural Gas Not Climate Savior

Global Warming: Trio of studies points to need for low-carbon energy
(p.10)

Agilent To Exit NMR Business

Instrumentation: About 300 jobs will go as firm drops nuclear magnetic resonance operation
(p.11)

Broccoli Compound Improves Autism Symptoms

Natural products: Small study suggests antioxidant sulforaphane could be a drug target for treating the complex disorder
(p.11)
 

Departments

ACS News

Graduate student Jennifer Novotney is science communication contest’s inaugural winner
(p.42)
ACS honors the chemical R&D behind the iconic inventor’s discoveries
(pp. 41-42)
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Government & Policy

Calls ramp up for increased government oversight, food labeling
(pp. 26-27)
No new coal-fired electricity plants started up in the U.S. during the first half of 2014
(p.28)
Companies see an opportunity to move their agenda in Congress
(pp. 24-25)

Books

Carl Djerassi searches to understand the drivers behind his serially redefined life
(pp. 38-39)