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November 22, 2004 Issue

Volume 82, Issue 47
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November 22, 2004 Issue, Vol. 82 | Iss. 47
Because of its complexity, this set of disorders teems with opportunities for drug development, but regulatory criteria for therapeutic outcomes are still lacking
By A. MAUREEN ROUHI, C&EN WASHINGTON
(pp. 83-99)
Features
Science & Technology
Enzyme is involved in lowered risk of heart disease in female mice 
Science & Technology
Polymeric materials used in musical instruments play a major role in making beautiful music (pp. 57-63)
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News of the Week

Cox-2 Linked To Heart Protection

Enzyme is involved in lowered risk of heart disease in female mice
(p.15)

Pure Nanotubes: Just Add Water

Aqueous treatment efficiently yields patterns of high-purity structures
(p.17)

Stem Cell Talk

Briefing highlights need for public awareness to gain support for research
(p.17)

Gulf War Ills

Funding is boosted for research that will focus on neurotoxins
(p.18)

Advice On Advisers

NAS says party affiliation, voting record inappropriate criteria for panel members
(p.19)

Kinase Assay By Mass Spec

New method is simpler and faster than traditional kinase assays
(p.19)
 

Departments

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Business

As the government struggles for a foothold, chemical makers develop a strategy
(pp. 27-28)
Walter Gramlich, head of firm's intermediates division, is passing up sales volume in favor of value
(pp. 29-30)
Master plan sets ambitious growth targets for industry knocked out by Asian financial crisis
Petrochemical projects are becoming a reality, and the region is considering more
(pp. 36-37)
Morphochem taps new CEO to reshape strategy as it flexes development muscle
(pp. 38-39)
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Government & Policy

EPA finds waste violations at universities, works with schools to tailor rules aimed at industry
(pp. 43-48)
Chemical, rail unions want company antiterrorism planning to include workers
(pp. 51-53)

Education

Teaching chemistry in the context of news helps students see the real-world implications of science
(pp. 75-78)
University of Hawaii provides tropical home for studying reactions of cold interstellar space
(p.80)

Science & Technology

(pp. 83-99)
NEW AND NOTABLE IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
(p.72)
Chemical Analysis Takes On The Cremonese Masters
(p.62)
Polymeric materials used in musical instruments play a major role in making beautiful music
(pp. 57-63)
The Man Behind The Legacy
(p.66)
The Welch Foundation has fostered chemical research in Texas for half a century
Ultra-high-pressure chromatography improves speed, resolution, and sensitivity of HPLC

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