January 13, 2014 Issue | Chemical & Engineering News
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January 13, 2014 Issue

Volume 92, Issue 2
January 13, 2014 Issue, Vol. 92 | Iss. 2
(pp. 9-16)
Academic labs have a lot of catching up to do, but options are limited in a software world geared to industrial science (pp. 19-21)
Science & Technology
Spectroscopic methods give doctors access to information they couldn’t otherwise see (pp. 28-29)
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Science & Technology

Chemical Heritage Foundation acquires a collection of rare medieval alchemy texts
(pp. 30-31)
Spectroscopic methods give doctors access to information they couldn’t otherwise see
(pp. 28-29)
Briony Marshall’s sculptures attempt to make sense of what science means for humans
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