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October 27, 2008 Cover
Volume 86, Issue 43
Dynamic nuclear polarization opens up new ways to illuminate biochemical processes
EPA gives green light to soil fumigant, but California is still assessing risks
Corning avoided financial disaster thanks in part to its 100-year-old R&D organization
Chemical Heritage Foundation takes a new approach to science museums
Métaux Spéciaux and DuPont compete head-to-head in sodium metal
Industry fights to curb large punitive awards
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