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July 25, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 30
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July 25, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 30
Companies set out to sharpen the in vivo perspective with new machines and novel contrast agents
By Vivien Marx, C&EN Northeast News Bureau
(pp. 25-34)
Features
Science & Technology
New methods broaden range of chemical reactions on electrodes 
Science & Technology
Researchers obtain the first broad-frequency infrared spectrum of the CH5+ carbocation (pp. 45-48)
Back Issues
 

News of the Week

Olefin Metathesis On Metal Surfaces

New methods broaden range of chemical reactions on electrodes
(p.9)

Mexican Companies' New Investments

One major project is in limbo, but others proceed
(p.10)

States Thwarted On Greenhouse Gases

Appeals Court upholds EPA discretion not to regulate emissions
(p.10)

Biochemist Arrested In London Bombings

Traces of powerful explosive triacetone triperoxide found in apartment
(p.11)

Emory Gets $525 Million for AIDS Drug

Sale of rights to emtricitabine is called the largest university intellectual property deal ever
(p.11)

Biopolymer Gives Strength To Bones

Gluelike material absorbs energy in stressed bone, resisting fracture
(p.12)

Mars Or Bust

Latest Mars orbiter, toting powerful instruments, is set for August launch
(p.12)

Catching NIH's Ethics Violators

Health agency updates Congress on its review of employee consulting activities
(p.13)
 

Departments

Government & Policy

Chemical worker unions struggle with plant shutdowns, layoffs, and antiunion climate
(p.39)
Senate hearing probes potential alternatives to embryos as embryonic stem cell source
(p.42)

Education

Report details methods to heighten the impact of undergraduate science and engineering education
(pp. 55-57)

Science & Technology

NEW SOFTWARE AND WEBSITES FOR THE CHEMICAL ENTERPRISE
(p.52)
Researchers obtain the first broad-frequency infrared spectrum of the CH5+ carbocation
(pp. 45-48)
Organic reactions, thought to require organic solvents, get a surprising turbo boost in plain water
(pp. 49-51)

Letters

Letters(pp. 5-6)