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June 9, 2014 Issue

Volume 92, Issue 23
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June 9, 2014 Issue, Vol. 92 | Iss. 23
Improvements in methods, standards, and software are still needed to move mass spec analysis of carbohydrates into the mainstream
By Celia Henry Arnaud
(pp. 12-15)
Features
Business
Software firms and drug companies are learning to use their deluge of data more effectively (pp. 19-21)
Science & Technology
Faculty mentor lab members in multiple ways to ensure safe work environments (pp. 30-31)
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News of the Week

EPA Proposes CO2 Cuts For Power Plants

Climate Change: Administration unveils program that coal proponents promise to fight
(p.7)

New Method Improves NMR Spectral Resolution

PSYCHE pulse sequence eliminates spin-spin coupling, yields ‘pure shift’ NMR spectra that contain chemical-shift information only
(p.8)

Sequence Of Events

Technology: Roche acquires Genia, repositioning itself in the next-generation sequencing race
(p.8)

A Marriage Of Catalysts

Organic Synthesis: Photoredox, nickel catalyses merge in cross-coupling
(p.9)

Siluria, Linde Move On New Ethylene Technology

Partners are a step closer to making conversion of methane into ethylene a reality
(p.9)

Crunch Time Nears For Chemical Plant Builders

Petrochemicals: Attendees at industry meeting are warned about coming resource shortages
(p.10)

Maker Of Rat Poison d-CON To Pull Products

Pesticides: Reckitt Benckiser to phase out 12 d-CON rodenticides in response to EPA safety concerns
(p.10)

Better Adjuvant Honors Lost Colleague

Vaccines: Simplified version of promising immunity-boosting agent is less toxic, easier to make
(p.11)

Doping Agency Bans Xenon And Argon

Sports: Athletes have been using noble gases to boost oxygen-carrying capacity of blood
(p.11)
 

Departments

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Science & Technology

Improvements in methods, standards, and software are still needed to move mass spec analysis of carbohydrates into the mainstream
(pp. 12-15)
Synthesis: Structural misassignment stems from long-standing use of incorrect recipe to prepare anticancer agent
(p.32)
Faculty mentor lab members in multiple ways to ensure safe work environments
(pp. 30-31)

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