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"While invention might be where the Nobel Prize is created, innovation is where the money is."
WILLIAM F. BANHOLZER, CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER, DOW CHEMICALp. 25

December 7, 2009

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Highlights

Cover Story

Timely Transformation

Drug firms implement new business strategies to deflect mounting market pressures and accelerate into new geographies. (pp. 13-21, 16-17)

» Branded Drug Firms Expand Into Generics

Government & Policy

Inherent Safety (Member Content)

Chemical industry pins hopes on senate in fight over facility security. (pp. 34-37)

Science & Technology

Tribology All Around

Meeting highlights how friction triggers molecular-scale changes in adhesive tape, cosmetics, and more. (pp. 47-49)

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News Of The Week

On To Copenhagen Screen Nets Self-Destruction Stoppers Metalloprotein Made To Order Customized Nanoparticles

On To Copenhagen p. 7

Climate Change: World leaders to hammer out global response to limit greenhouse gases

ACC Bulks Up p. 8

Membership Drive: Trade group seeks smaller members as chemical industry's fortunes improve.

Screen Nets Self-Destruction Stoppers p. 8

Chemical Biology: Strategy finds selective ligands for rogue T cells.

Metalloprotein Made To Order p. 9

Bioinorganic Chemistry: Researchers construct metalloenzyme active site in another protein.

HIV Drugs p. 9

Indian manufacturers will adjust to new WHO guidelines.

Momentum For Chemical Control p. 10

TSCA: Senate panel examines toxic substances act, 13 states call for reform.

Customized Nanoparticles p. 10

Catalysis: Method endows platinum with benefits of solid- and solution-phase catalysts.

Business

The New Dow pp. 25-26 (Member Content)

After a painful year, company says it has the portfolio it needs for unprecedented expansion of its business.

Closed For Business pp. 28-29 (Member Content)

Scavenging shuttered chemical plants can be profitable, but not in this economy.

Nanosyn Acts Fast pp. 30-31 (Member Content)

Within months, the contract research firm entered a manufacturing joint venture and bought a plant.

Business Concentrates pp. 22-23 (Member Content)

ACS Comment

Why Bother? p. 51

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Government & Policy

Inherent Safety pp. 34-37 (Member Content)

Chemical industry pins hopes on senate in fight over facility security.

Science Envoys pp. 38-39 (Member Content)

State Department taps three prominent scientists to reach out to muslim communities.

Government & Policy Concentrates p. 32 (Member Content)

Employment

Niche Opportunities Open In Pharma pp. 53-56

Recent uptick in biology hiring could herald jobs for chemists in drug discovery.

Science & Technology

Safeguarding Foreign Labs pp. 44-46 (Member Content)

State Department program raises awareness about lab safety and security in developing countries.

Tribology All Around pp. 47-49

Meeting highlights how friction triggers molecular-scale changes in adhesive tape, cosmetics, and more.

Science & Technology Concentrates pp. 41-42 (Member Content)

Editor's Page

Innovation p. 3

The Departments

Letters pp. 4-5

Newscripts p. 64

Dan Brown Thrills With Science

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