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September 12, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 37
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September 12, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 37
Flat demand and high energy prices mark a setback versus a year ago, but producers believe a comeback looms
By Alexander H. Tullo
(pp. 19-24)
Features
Business
Energy, raw materials start to flow again as firms restore damaged plants (p.8)
Science & Technology
Chemotherapy may impair cognitive abilities, but remedies are under development (pp. 33-35)
Back Issues
 

Cover Story: Spotlight On Polymers

Styrenics Makers Seek Market Niche
ABS producers have taken hits from Asia and other polymers, but they still have a sizable business
(pp. 25-26)
 

News of the Week

Economics Recovery Begins

Energy, raw materials start to flow again as firms restore damaged plants
(p.8)

Academics Rally

Universities offer displaced students and faculty new academic homes
(p.9)

Cancer Vaccine Is Best In Class

Three-part carbohydrate vaccine elicits strong anticancer response
(p.10)

Chernobyl's Aftermath

Study finds that fewer deaths than predicted will result from 1986 nuclear plant accident
(p.11)

Katrina Renews Energy Debate

Lawmakers say U.S. needs to increase, diversify supplies of oil and natural gas
(p.11)

An Icy Dust Ball In Outer Space

Lots of organics seen in first results from comet impact mission
(p.12)
 

Departments

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Science & Technology

Technology And Business News For The Laboratory World
(p.42)
Chemotherapy may impair cognitive abilities, but remedies are under development
(pp. 33-35)
Choline chloride-containing mixtures having deep freezing-point depressions find wide range of uses
(pp. 36-38)
Rigid metal complexes that mimic the shapes of natural products show potent properties
(pp. 40-41)

Editor's Page

Letters

Letters(pp. 6-7)