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October 30, 2000
Volume 78, Number 44
CENEAR 78 44 p. 3

NEWS OF THE WEEK
GE Gets Honeywell
Merger will result in $10.2 billion chemical business, U.S.'s fourth largest.
Prozac Isomer Falls Short
Negative cardiac side effects lead Lilly to cancel Sepracor agreement.
Toxic Songbirds
Second New Guinean species shown to contain batrachotoxin alkaloids.
Novel Lead Biosensor
Combines catalytic DNA, in vitro selection, and fluorescence technologies.
Superfund Mine Cleanup
Its ancestry makes Aventis CropScience legally responsible for $160 million settlement.
National Chemistry Week
Events include free online access to ACS publications, food drives.
BUSINESS
Business Concentrates
Slovenian Chemicals
Domestic chemical industry contributes to young country's success.
Blowing Agents up in the Air
Phaseout of ozone-depleting foam blowing agents is becoming
Good Chemistry for Industry
Speakers are generally upbeat at first business meeting of newly renamed American Chemistry Council.
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
Government Concentrates
R&D at EPA
Office of Research & Development generates vital scientific information.
Residual Risk
EPA faces deadlines in determining if tougher air toxics rules are needed.
Education Reform
Report provides blueprint for improving U.S. science and math education.
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
Science/Technology Concentrates
Natural Products
Novel synthetic strategy yields combinatorial libraries.
Science Insights
Controversy surrounds approval of RU-486, while contraceptive R&D remains stagnant.
SPECIAL REPORT
COVER STORY
Chemical R&D
C&EN's annual data compilation finds R&D spending still outpacing the economy.
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