September 30, 2013 Issue | Chemical & Engineering News
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September 30, 2013 Issue

Volume 91, Issue 39
September 30, 2013 Issue, Vol. 91 | Iss. 39
Tinkerers show their 3-D printers can make almost anything—what worries people is that some have made firearms
By Alexander H. Tullo
(pp. 11-18)
Government & Policy
University of Texas study finds low greenhouse gas emissions from hydraulic fracturing (p.24)
Science & Technology
ACS Meeting News: Science and engineering provide a spark to help make race cars run their best (pp. 28-29)
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