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January 5, 2015 Issue

Volume 93, Issue 1
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January 5, 2015 Issue, Vol. 93 | Iss. 1
By Diane Grob Schmidt
(pp. 2-4)
Features
Government & Policy
Prominent researchers and organizations see many gains in normalized relations (p.17)
Science & Technology
Recently discovered family of 2-D materials could one day yield high-performance batteries, flexible electronics, and more (pp. 23-24)
Back Issues
 

News of the Week

DuPont Names Spin-off ‘Chemours’

Industry: The performance chemicals business will focus on organic growth, cash generation
(p.7)

Eye Exam For Chaperone

Molecular Biology: NMR study of protein fragment reveals sequential binding mechanism
(p.8)

Myriad Loses DNA Patent Case

Diagnostics: Appeals court says tests for breast and ovarian cancer genes are not patent-eligible
(p.8)

Chemical Cocktail Lures Bedbugs

Pheromones: Mixture of volatiles and histamine could enable cheaper pest detection and control
(p.9)

A New Link For Aryl Polymers

Polymer Science: Chemists have designed a direct method for preparing poly(o-arylene)s for the first time
(p.10)

Phosphorylation Pushes Floppy Protein To Fold

Structural Biology: Intrinsically disordered protein could be new drug target for cancer, autism, and other neurological disorders
(p.10)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

Scientists, regulators, and industry are working out how to detect and deal with sources that release the most gas
(p.18)
Prominent researchers and organizations see many gains in normalized relations
(p.17)