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May 16, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 20
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May 16, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 20
Publishers weigh the risks and benefits of free online journal access
By Sophie L. Rovner, C&EN Washington
(pp. 40-44)
Features
Science & Technology
Inhibiting key protease prevents bacteria from evolving drug resistance 
Science & Technology
Hypothesis that nearly all enzymes covalently speed reactions sparks debate (pp. 35-37)
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News of the Week

Disabling Resistance

Inhibiting key protease prevents bacteria from evolving drug resistance
(p.8)

Metallurgy In A Beaker

Solution route to multimetal nanocrystals has advantages over traditional solid-state syntheses
(p.8)

Targeted Drugs

Contractors score on a new class of cancer therapeutics
(p.9)

Toxics Inventory

Chemical sector ranks behind mining, utilities as toxic releases decline
(p.9)

Sourcing Marine Natural Products

E. coli delivers marine natural product from genes of symbiotic bacteria
(p.10)

Buckyballs Inhibit Bacterial Growth

Fullerene aggregates that form in water could have an impact on ecosystems
(p.11)

Enols Found Lurking In Flames

Discovery of molecules is expected to lead to revised combustion models
(p.12)

GE Pushes For Clean Products

CEO says new technologies needed for 'carbon-constrained world'
(p.12)
 

Departments

Government & Policy

Researchers describe breakthroughs, as well as difficult challenges facing the agency
(pp. 29-31)
Public health issues should get some funding now slated for biodefense research and biosafety labs
(p.32)
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Science & Technology

NEW AND NOTABLE IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
(p.39)
Publishers weigh the risks and benefits of free online journal access
(pp. 40-44)
Hypothesis that nearly all enzymes covalently speed reactions sparks debate
(pp. 35-37)
It takes complex chemistry and lots of water to make a wee dram of this ancient spirit
(p.38)

Career & Employment

E-mentoring website is dedicated to furthering women's progress in science and technology
(p.55)

Editor's Page

Letters

Letters(p.6)