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September 2000
VOL. 30, NO. 9
Industrial-academic partnershipSTARTING THE PROCESS

Industrial–academic partnerships in research: Working for mutual benefit
Industry gets needed research, universities get funding, society gets new products and technology. It’s a balancing act where everyone has a shot at winning.
Felek Jachimowicz, Jennifer Umali


Green chemistry with ozoneGreen chemistry with ozone
Cyclic hydrocarbons are oxidized to ketones, alcohols, and carboxylic acids with no undesirable waste products.
Rocco Attiná, Ezio Bolzacchini, Marco Orlandi, Bruno Rindone

Unraveling the French paradoxDEVELOPING TECHNOLOGY

Unraveling the French paradox
How flavonoids in grape seeds can protect your blood vessels.
C. Tissa Kappagoda, Malina Karim, Kellie McCormick, Chithan Kandaswami


Life sciences in the chem industryLife sciences in the chemical industry: The case for synergy
Many chemical companies are abandoning their traditional product lines in favor of biotechnology. DuPont is trying to achieve the best of both worlds.
Joseph A. Miller, Jr.

Pesticide regulation in the 21st centuryPesticide regulation in the 21st century
The author assesses what we’ve learned in the 20th century and looks into the future.
R. Don Wauchope

Chemist at Large (editorial) Chemist at Large
Leading the Way
Leading the Way
The dividends of hard work
Sonya V. Roberson
Heart Cut Heart Cut
Patent Watch
Viewpoint Viewpoint
Asia-Pacific: A case for improving soil quality
Dennis Keeney, William Larson
Touring the Net Touring the Net
Right-brain chemistry
Carol DeAngelo
In Box In Box
Book Alert Book Alert
As Jan van de Snepscheut once said...
Nancy K. McGuire
The Industrial Chymist The Industrial Chymist
Now hear this
Ben Luberoff
The Last Word The Last Word
Fun with chemical formulas: and the winner is...
Nancy K. McGuire

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