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November 1, 2004 Issue

Volume 82, Issue 44
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November 1, 2004 Issue, Vol. 82 | Iss. 44
In tight job market, chemists who look outside the box may find careers that match their skills
By LINDA R. RABER, C&EN WASHINGTON
(pp. 34-35)
Features
Science & Technology
By recruiting another protein, bifunctional molecule prevents protein aggregation 
Science & Technology
Chemistry Nobelists describe research path that led to prize-winning ubiquitin findings (pp. 26-28)
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News of the Week

How To Keep Proteins Apart

By recruiting another protein, bifunctional molecule prevents protein aggregation
(p.7)

Arch To Sell Off Electronics Unit

Sale to Fuji Photo will let company focus on treatment products
(p.8)

Earnings Rise At Chemical Companies

Despite increases, profitability is moderate at early reporting firms
(p.9)

Paradox Of Antidepressants

Effect of fluoxetine on young mice highlights serotonin's growth role
(p.10)

Saving Joints

Polymer coat reduces wear and bone loss around artificial joint implants
(p.10)

Successful Flyby Exposes Titan

Spacecraft brushes past Saturn's biggest moon, scientists await wealth of data
(p.11)

Plant Security Measures Criticized

Union worker survey questions companies' antiterrorism efforts
(p.13)

Liveris Takes Helm At Dow

New CEO will lead a company that is showing strong sales and earnings growth
(p.16)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

Congress backs DOE plan to grout and leave radioactive tank sludge at former weapons sites
(pp. 20-21)
National Academies committee meets to develop guidelines for emerging and controversial field
(pp. 22-23)
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Science & Technology

Chemistry Nobelists describe research path that led to prize-winning ubiquitin findings
(pp. 26-28)
Physics Nobelists' work on the strong interaction was a major step toward a 'theory of everything'
(p.29)
Nonpeptide small molecule is found to inhibit viral fusion with cell membranes
(p.30)

Career & Employment

In tight job market, chemists who look outside the box may find careers that match their skills
(pp. 34-35)