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April 27, 2015 Issue

Volume 93, Issue 17
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April 27, 2015 Issue, Vol. 93 | Iss. 17
The same big companies in C&EN’s ranking continued to dominate the analytical and lab instruments market in 2014
By Ann M. Thayer
(pp. 10-13)
Features
Business
Contract producers gauge the pipeline to size their plants and fill out their services (pp. 16-19)
Science & Technology
Cured-in-place pipe beneath roadways leaches chemicals into waterways (pp. 28-29)
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News of the Week

Evidence Against Neonicotinoids Mounts

Pesticides: One study shows bees are attracted to the insecticides, another shows harmful effects to the pollinators under field conditions
(p.5)

Congress Sends Energy Efficiency Bill To White House For President’s Signature

Green Tech: Legislation will boost demand for chemistry products, such as window and roofing coatings, insulation, piping, and lighting
(p.6)

Teva Makes Hostile Bid To Acquire Mylan

Pharmaceuticals: Top generic drug firm proposes new deal within a consolidating sector
(p.6)

Fake, Inferior Medicines Pose Worldwide Risks

Health: Report finds that ‘pandemic of falsified and substandard medicines is pervasive and underestimated’
(p.7)

Hydrogel Could Green Up Fracking

Sustainability: Expandable hydraulic fluid could cut water and chemical additives used in fracking, but journal editors debate its “greenness”
(p.7)

Elusive Silicon Oxides Unveiled

Main-Group Elements: Chemists prepare the first examples of simple monomeric silicon oxides
(p.8)

New Family Of Cyclic Peptides Identified

Chemical Biology: Never-before-seen cross-link places streptide in new family
(p.8)

Firms Beat Dollar, Price Pressures

Chemical Earnings: First quarter surpasses expectations as companies report strong demand
(p.9)

President’s Pick To Lead Chemical Safety Board Pledges To Examine Struggling Agency

Vanessa Allen Sutherland breezes through nomination hearing in Congress
(p.9)
 

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ACS News

Forensics specialist leverages her analytical chemistry training in her work for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation
(p.37)
Three stellar ACS members show deep dedication to students
(pp. 35-36)
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Science & Technology

Cured-in-place pipe beneath roadways leaches chemicals into waterways
(pp. 28-29)
ACS Meeting News: Thanks to new genetic discoveries and animal models, researchers are finally making headway toward therapies
(pp. 30-31)
A look at recent patenting activity in medical applications of quantum dots, brought to you by C&EN and CAS
(p.32)

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