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January 9, 2017 Issue

Volume 95, Issue 2
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January 9, 2017 Issue, Vol. 95 | Iss. 2
By Business Department
(pp. 26-33)
Features
Business
How tiny synthetic fibers released from clothing are ending up in the environment and in our food (pp. 16-17)
Business
German firm is selected for its dedication to making its own business better (pp. 18-19)
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News of the Week

Density functional theory heads the wrong way

Theoretical method may be getting the right answer for the wrong reasons
(p.5)

Phosphorus garners an organic starring role

Chemists prepare the phosphorus analog of cyanuric acid for the first time
(p.6)

Probing fibrils from different types of Alzheimer’s

Differences in fibril structure may correlate with different forms of the disease
(p.6)

Possible molecular mechanism behind gastric bypass surgery identified

Researchers pinpoint lipid involved in dietary changes after surgery in rats
(p.7)

Study confirms “hydrogen spillover” in catalytic hydrogenation

Dissociated hydrogens reduce substrate on two types of surfaces, but with drastically different efficiencies
(p.7)

As Chinese manufacturing booms, residents choke

Manufacturing rebound in China could be short-lived if authorities crack down on pollution
(p.10)

New drug approvals plummet in 2016



Cyclicality cited as the main driver in a 50% drop-off
(p.10)

DOE funds cleantech, but will it last?

Lanzatech, Global Algae Innovations among awardees for small-scale, biobased projects
(p.11)

Drug manufacturing woes grow

FDA inspections raise issues that delay approvals
(p.11)
 

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