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April 25, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 17
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April 25, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 17
Chemical, gas, and oil companies predict that a fleet of liquefied natural gas tankers will soon be plying America's oceans, steaming into U.S. ports
By JEFF JOHNSON, C&EN WASHINGTON
(pp. 19-22)
Features
Science & Technology
NIH's PubChem chemical structure database draws ACS's concern 
Science & Technology
Modelers in need of proprietary compounds seek ways to share information, but not structure (pp. 24-29)
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News of the Week

Database Debate

NIH's PubChem chemical structure database draws ACS's concern
(p.5)

Solutia To Keep Pharma Services

Bankrupt company claims commitment to a small business in a tough sector
(p.5)

Confusion Reigns On Rail Shipments

Court's decision to let hazardous shipment ban stand is under appeal
(p.6)

Droplets Inside More Droplets

Device makes uniform double emulsion in a single step
(p.7)

Prion Support

Researchers claim proof that prions cause some brain diseases
(p.8)

Torpor On Demand

Mice exposed to H2S enter reversible state of suspended animation
(p.8)

Patent Brouhaha Snares Drug Firms

Supreme Court examines intellectual property rights used to develop drugs
(p.9)
 

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Government & Policy

Iran Nonproliferation Act will limit NASA's ability to man station unless changes are made
(p.18)
Chemical, gas, and oil companies predict that a fleet of liquefied natural gas tankers will soon be plying America's oceans, steaming into U.S. ports
(pp. 19-22)

Education

(pp. 37-38)
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Science & Technology

NEW SOFTWARE AND WEBSITES FOR THE CHEMICAL ENTERPRISE
(p.36)
Modelers in need of proprietary compounds seek ways to share information, but not structure
(pp. 24-29)
ACS MEETING NEWS: Forensic scientists tell how they help solve crimes using a variety of analytical techniques
(pp. 30-32)
ACS MEETING NEWS: Enrichment and analysis technique is based on fluorinated tags and mass spectrometry
(p.33)
Contrary to a suggestion by a South African official, eating right will not treat HIV/AIDS
(p.34)

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