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November 9, 2015 Issue

Volume 93, Issue 44
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November 9, 2015 Issue, Vol. 93 | Iss. 44
Advances in far-infrared spectroscopy could aid cancer diagnosis, but technology faces challenges
By Mitch Jacoby
(pp. 10-14)
Features
Business
Drug chemical makers at CPhI showcase new services and manufacturing capacity in their battle for a share of the pharma pipeline (pp. 18-20)
Science & Technology
The 30th anniversary of a comprehensive salary survey shows what has changed—and what hasn't—about ACS members (p.30)
Back Issues
 

News of the Week

Allison Campbell Wins ACS President-Elect

ACS News: Board directors are also selected in society’s annual elections
(p.5)

Fire Injures Five High School Chemistry Students

Safety: Concerns grow about use of methanol as fuel in demonstrations
(p.6)

Groups Pressure EPA On Biofuels Mandate

As deadline approaches, cellulosic ethanol producers worry about being squeezed out of the market
(p.6)

Antibody-Antibiotic Duo Nabs Hidden Staph

Biotechnology: New biologic-drug conjugate targets Staphylococcus aureus stowing away inside host cells
(p.7)

Environmental Working Group Launches Cosmetics Verification Program

Branding program is intended to help consumers avoid toxic ingredients
(p.7)

Self-Folding Graphene Machines

Materials: Patterned sheets are powered by water vapor and laser light
(p.8)

U.S. Congress Moves To Nullify Obama Regulation Of Power Plant Carbon Dioxide

Legislation: Lawmakers seek to torpedo President’s hallmark policy on climate change
(p.8)

Cheaper Oil And Yen Boost
 Chemical Earnings In Japan

Finance: Major Japanese firms mostly improved their profits in first half
(p.9)

Twist Bioscience, Ginkgo
 Sign Big DNA Deal

Synthetic Biology: Supply agreement endorses new synthesis approach
(p.9)
 

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Science & Technology

Advances in far-infrared spectroscopy could aid cancer diagnosis, but technology faces challenges
(pp. 10-14)
Two ACS members—one who graduated this year, and one who graduated 30 years ago—reflect on prospects for chemists
(p.32)
The 30th anniversary of a comprehensive salary survey shows what has changed—and what hasn't—about ACS members
(p.30)
Technique appears ready to challenge X-ray crystallography as the king of protein structure determination
(pp. 28-29)
Biotechnología: un dúo anticuerpo-antibiótico apunta a células de Staphylococcus aureus que sobreviven dentro de células huésped.
(p.7)

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