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April 11, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 15
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April 11, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 15
Active ingredient makers are frustrated by the long list of sunscreens and UV-A testing protocols that are still awaiting FDA decisions
By Marc S. Reisch
(pp. 18-22)
Features
Science & Technology
Novel nanodiodes are used to measure steady flow of energetic electrons  
Science & Technology
Vanguard chemistry has commingled with tradition in a Swiss mountain resort for 40 years (pp. 27-30)
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News of the Week

Hot Electrons From Catalysis

Novel nanodiodes are used to measure steady flow of energetic electrons
(p.7)

Pfizer Expects A Profit Decline

Drugmaker announces cost-cutting plan, withdrawal of Bextra
(p.8)

Yucca Mountain Data Under Fire

Science to support Nevada nuclear waste repository fabricated
(p.8)

Speedy Route To Polymorphs

Polymer library technique produces and identifies different drug crystal forms
(p.9)

Chemicals Plan Gains Momentum

EU environment commissioner says REACH proposal is moving ahead
(p.10)

NIH Faces Fallout Over Ethics Rules

Research agency is feeling effects of ethics rules announced in February
(p.10)

Common Herbicide Kills Tadpoles

Biologist finds that low doses of Roundup are lethal to some amphibian species
(p.11)
 

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Science & Technology

TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS NEWS FOR THE LABORATORY WORLD
(p.33)
Vanguard chemistry has commingled with tradition in a Swiss mountain resort for 40 years
(pp. 27-30)
ACS NEWS: Scientists hope that a standard system for naming nanomaterials will put everyone on the same page
(p.31)
ACS NEWS: Studies with E. coli will probe the effects of space travel on gene expression
(p.32)

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