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July 20, 2015 Issue

Volume 93, Issue 29
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July 20, 2015 Issue, Vol. 93 | Iss. 29
Blessed with long life, these chemists find intellectual stimulation and satisfaction by working in their 90s and beyond
By Bethany Halford
(pp. 10-14)
Features
Business
English battery material start-ups Oxis Energy and Faradion develop new technologies to power electric cars (pp. 18-19)
Science & Technology
Researchers think harnessing exosomes could lead to more powerful tests in the clinic (pp. 30-32)
Back Issues
 

Cover Story: Sustained by Science

Pondering A Push Toward Retirement
NIH considers grant to encourage senior scientists to give up their labs
(pp. 14-15)
 

News of the Week

2015 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards

Honors: Annual awards recognize chemical innovations that prevent pollution and promote sustainability
(p.5)

New Horizons Up-Close Photos Reveal Geological Details About Pluto

Planetary Science: Photos taken by spacecraft show that the planet and its moon Charon are geologically active
(p.6)

Platform’s Buying Spree Continues

Acquisition: $2.3 billion deal for Alent bolsters electronics business but may jeopardize credit rating
(p.6)

Imaging Method Captures Structural Details Of Nanoparticles In Liquids

Materials: Researchers use electron microscopy to generate 3-D renderings of freely floating particles
(p.7)

LanzaTech To Make Ethanol From Waste Gas In Europe

Renewable Fuels: Partnership with steelmaker ArcelorMittal will give the world a closer look at the process
(p.7)

Compound Being Tested Against Cancer Also Suppresses HIV In Mice

Drug Discovery: New approach is the first to block transcription of HIV genes
(p.8)

Lignin Nanoparticles Use Silver To Beat The Pulp Out Of Bacteria

Nanotechnology: Chemical engineering helps researchers develop a greener version of nanosilver
(p.8)

Celgene Will Pay $7.2 Billion For Receptos

Biotech: Deal adds key late-stage drug to company’s immunology portfolio
(p.9)

DuPont Labeled ‘Severe Violator’

Worker Protection: Federal inspectors levy additional fines for ‘failed safety program’ at Texas facility
(p.9)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

NIH considers grant to encourage senior scientists to give up their labs
(pp. 14-15)
White House calls for update to U.S. regulatory system for genetically modified foods
(pp. 25-26)
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Science & Technology

Planetary Science: Spacecraft makes historic flyby of distant dwarf planet
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Talks at the National Organic Chemistry Symposium cover photoredox catalysis and C–H activation, among other topics
(pp. 33-34)
Researchers think harnessing exosomes could lead to more powerful tests in the clinic
(pp. 30-32)
Blessed with long life, these chemists find intellectual stimulation and satisfaction by working in their 90s and beyond
(pp. 10-14)
Condecoraciones: Premios anuales reconocen innovaciones químicas que frenan la contaminación y promueven la sostenibilidad
(p.5)

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