January 14, 2013 Issue | Chemical & Engineering News
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January 14, 2013 Issue

Volume 91, Issue 2
January 14, 2013 Issue, Vol. 91 | Iss. 2
(pp. 11-18)
Helping to build Solar Impulse pushes two chemical makers to try new ways of doing research (pp. 23-25)
Science & Technology
Force provides ways to run reactions in ball mills with little or no solvent (pp. 35-36)
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Robot Ribosome

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Pharma Executives Aim At Small, Strategic Deals

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Supreme Court Won’t Hear Stem Cell Case

High court ends lawsuit against federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research

Ancient Roman Medicine Analyzed

Cultural Heritage: Pills thought to treat eye ailments contain zinc, beeswax, and plant and animal fats

Spinning Superior Nanotube Fibers

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China Spill Prompts An Apology

Citizens deserved better information about leak of toxic chemical in waterways, mayor says.

Moisture-Triggered Motions Of New Material Harnessed To Generate Electrical Power

Researchers develop composite material that could sustainably charge small electronic devices in the future



Government & Policy

Report finds agency is adrift without clear goals, and U.S. leadership in space science will suffer
New chief navigates tough path forward through drug development bottleneck
(pp. 29-31)