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March 8, 2004 Issue

Volume 82, Issue 10
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March 8, 2004 Issue, Vol. 82 | Iss. 10
Mesilla workshop highlights increasing evidence that reactive and mysterious HNO may be an important biomolecule
By Elizabeth K. Wilson
(pp. 39-44)
Features
Science & Technology
Results from rover Opportunity show almost unequivocal signs of water  
Science & Technology
Different approaches for developing blood vessels may make 3-D tissue possible (pp. 32-33)
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MARS WAS WET

Results from rover Opportunity show almost unequivocal signs of water
(p.7)

TOXIC EXPOSURE CASES RESOLVED

Workplace exposure cases spotlight real and perceived dangers
(p.8)

PLATINUM MOLES

Tunneling metal particles could be used to control catalyst pore size and shape
(p.9)

PRESCRIPTION DRUG CRACKDOWN

White House announces strategy to combat escalating problem
(p.9)

MODELING BLOOD VESSEL'S BAND-AID

Microfluidics and a simple chemical system mimic complex hemostasis
(p.10)

BIOTECH UPTICK MOVES INTO MARCH

Three more firms line up for initial public offerings
(p.11)

ICI TO DIVEST FOOD INGREDIENTS

Sale is second recent chemical company departure from sector
(p.11)
 

Departments

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Business

But the number of deals and the total values of acquisitions were down slightly from 2002
(pp. 16-17)
Pharma and biotech deal-making held strong in 2003, despite partnership trend
(pp. 18-20)
Winner Thomas E. Reilly Jr.'s industry stance is influenced by legacy of Reilly Industries
(pp. 21-22)
Novozymes sees enzymes replacing chemicals in industrial processes
(p.23)
Green technology agenda shifts to the other green stuff — dollars
(p.24)

Government & Policy

Annual meeting brings convergence of science, policy, and media coverage
(pp. 26-27)
Job weakness may be a passing phase, but big changes for women in the workplace are here
(p.28)
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Science & Technology

Mesilla workshop highlights increasing evidence that reactive and mysterious HNO may be an important biomolecule
(pp. 39-44)
Different approaches for developing blood vessels may make 3-D tissue possible
(pp. 32-33)
Mindful of declining enrollments, educators emphasize the field's evolution, new directions
(pp. 34-36)
NSF-funded program is catalyzing systemic transformations of women in academia
(pp. 37-38)

Career & Employment

(p.54)

Newscripts

(p.216)