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June 26, 2000
Volume 78, Number 26
CENEAR 78 26 p. 3

NEWS OF THE WEEK
Evidence of a Watery Mars
New images of planet's surface point to recent occurrences of flowing liquid water.
Scrutinizing Federal R&D
New report details how much is spent, where, by whom, and for what.
Dexter versus ISP
Rebuffing ISP, Dexter plans piecemeal sale of businesses.
Why Is Life Chiral?
Answer may lie in confluence of unpolarized light and magnetic field.
Fighting Tuberculosis
First new category of agents in 30 years is active against all known forms of the disease.
Baton Is Passed at Huntsman
Peter Huntsman becomes CEO on July 1, replacing father Jon.
BUSINESS
Business Concentrates
Diodes
Organic light-emitting diode displays are inexpensive to make but may be capable of high performance.
Fine Chemicals
ChemSpec meeting participants discuss expansion and consolidation in their industry.
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
Government Concentrates
Bruce Alberts
NAS president says scientists from different disciplines should gather on common ground.
MTBE Substitute
Congress is advised to study various fuel formulations carefully before endorsing any one.
Nuclear Accord
President Clinton's visit to Russia and Ukraine yields agreements on plutonium, Chernobyl, technical aid.
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
Science/Technology Concentrates
Biomaterials
Researchers are following diverse paths to safe materials to repair and replace parts of the human body.
Temporomandibular Joint Disorders
Poorly understood problem receives multidisciplinary attention.
Protein-Protein Interactions 
Scientists find small-molecule "switches" that may help regulate physiological processes.
Science Insights
Giving birth to a science article can be arduous, but the labor yields rich rewards.
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