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November 23, 2015 Issue

Volume 93, Issue 46
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November 23, 2015 Issue, Vol. 93 | Iss. 46
Single-use bags and other products are making inroads in protein drug manufacture, but the compounds they leach spell trouble
By Celia Henry Arnaud
(pp. 10-13)
Features
Business
Demand from natural food and body care markets motivates farmers (pp. 16-17)
Science & Technology
The laboratory technician turned fixer kept the Tara Oceans project, an expedition to map the oceans’ microbial populations, afloat for four years. (pp. 32-33)
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News of the Week

New Technique Could Help Personalize Nanomedicine

Drug Delivery: Tracer nanoparticles may predict which tumors will respond to nanomedicine
(p.5)

Neonicotinoid Pesticides Turn Bumblebees Into Poor Pollinators

Environment: Apple trees pollinated by pesticide-exposed bees produce lower quality fruit
(p.6)

U.S. Bans Sulfoxaflor Pesticide

Agriculture: After court order, EPA stops sale of chemical to protect bees
(p.6)

Codiak Is Launched To Exploit The Exosome

Biotechnology: Start-up raises $80 million to develop exosome-based drugs and diagnostics
(p.7)

Joule Absorbs Red Rock In Bid To Raise Funds, Reduce Risk

Biofuels: Merger tests theory that two biofuels concepts are better than one
(p.7)

Air Liquide To Buy Airgas

Acquisitions: Purchase will create world’s largest industrial gases company
(p.8)

Polymers Makers Plunge Into 3-D Printing

Technology: BASF and DSM introduce products at major additive manufacturing show
(p.8)

How Researchers Formed A Pure, Chiral Crystal From Mixed Ingredients

Stereochemistry: Team grows homochiral crystals despite expectations
(p.9)

Method Reveals Traces Of Morphine And Protein Markers Of Author’s Disease On 1930s Manuscript

Forensics: Researchers use bead technique to analyze the original text of Mikhail Bulgakov’s famous Soviet satire “Master and Margarita”
(p.9)
 

Departments

Education

Fires that injure students prompt calls for safety assessments of demonstrations or experiments, plus teacher training
(pp. 37-39)
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Science & Technology

Some say carbon’s 1-D allotrope is impossible to synthesize, others say they’ve already made it
(pp. 30-31)
C&EN reviews who’s who at chemistry’s Hawaiian Luau
(pp. 34-35)
Single-use bags and other products are making inroads in protein drug manufacture, but the compounds they leach spell trouble
(pp. 10-13)
The laboratory technician turned fixer kept the Tara Oceans project, an expedition to map the oceans’ microbial populations, afloat for four years.
(pp. 32-33)
Administración de medicamentos: unas nanopartículas trazadoras podrían ayudar a predecir qué tumores responden a nanoterapias.
(p.5)

Letters

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