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May 17, 2004 Issue

Volume 82, Issue 20
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May 17, 2004 Issue, Vol. 82 | Iss. 20
By ALEX TULLO, C&EN NORTHEAST NEWS BUREAU
(pp. 25-29)
Features
Science & Technology
Targeted apoptosis technique turns mice from supersize to svelte 
Science & Technology
Researchers are devising strategies to catch toxic drugs before they reach clinical trials (pp. 36-39)
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STARVING FAT

Targeted apoptosis technique turns mice from supersize to svelte
(p.9)

DEFEATED WHEAT

Monsanto puts hold on plans to market genetically engineered wheat
(p.10)

DOE TOUGHENS SECURITY PLAN

Federalizing security forces, merging nuclear materials are proposed
(p.10)

CONFLICTING INTERESTS

Congress responds to review panel report on conflict of interest at NIH
(p.11)

ALLEN BARD WINS 2004 WELCH AWARD

Texas professor honored for lifetime achievements in electrochemistry
(p.12)

SAUDI EXPANSION

Sumitomo and Aramco plan $4.3 billion petrochemical complex
(p.13)

VISA WARNINGS

Leaders want government to fix the U.S. visa process
(p.13)
 

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Science & Technology

Researchers are devising strategies to catch toxic drugs before they reach clinical trials
(pp. 36-39)
Center for Process Analytical Chemistry has thrived by evolving to meet needs of industry
(pp. 40-41)
First size-selective infrared spectra of large protonated water clusters are reported
(p.42)

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