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News of the Week
Organic Injection Laser
Organic Injection Laser
Business
Producing Proteins
Producing Proteins
Government
How Polluted Are We?
How Polluted Are We?
Science/Technology
Proteomics
Proteomics
Education
Undergrad Gathering
Undergrad Gathering
Special Report
Chemical Heritage Foundation
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Table of Contents
July 31, 2000
Volume 78, Number 31
CENEAR 78 31 p. 3

NEWS OF THE WEEK
Organic Injection Laser
Novel design leads to tetracene- based electrically driven laser.
Rhodia Buys ChiRex
French firm expands contract business with $545 million purchase.
Second-Quarter Results
Twelve of 15 chemical companies reporting had earnings increases.
Refiners Clear the Air
BP, Koch Petroleum agree to spend millions to cut emissions.
Indirect Costs Hold Steady
Universities' share of research funds reined in after former excesses.
Potent Global-Warming Agent
Recently identified SF5CF3 has the largest heat-trapping capacity of any gas ever found in the atmosphere.
BUSINESS
Business Concentrates
Producing Proteins
Increasingly, drug and biotech firms turn to contract manufacturers for protein-based drugs and other products.
New York's Genomics Bid
State wants a larger piece of "the new economy" created by the life sciences industry.
Economic Benefits of Biotech
Report points out industry's impact on employment, income, and revenues.
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
Government Concentrates
How Polluted Are We?
Assessing people's actual exposure to environmental pollutants is the goal of EPA multipathway study.
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
Science/Technology Concentrates
COVER STORY
Proteomics
Study of the protein universe of cells is poised to pick up where genomics--and the completed DNA sequence--leaves off.
Science Insights
Connectedness of knowledge is profoundly relevant to the teaching and learning of science.
EDUCATION
Education Concentrates
Undergrad Gathering
ACS-sponsored Pan-American chemistry conference in Puerto Rico draws students from 16 countries.
SPECIAL REPORT
Chemical Heritage Foundation
Under Arnold Thackray's leadership, CHF has been transmuted into a major center for the history of chemistry.  
ACS COMMENT
ACS Committee on Analytical Reagents: A Fountain of Youth
ACS NEWS
Council Face Three Petitions
Changes, Additions For Analytical Reagents Specifications
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