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September 8, 2003
Volume 81, Number 36
CENEAR 81 36 p. 3

NEWS OF THE WEEK
GOVERNMENT REVIEW
White House wants standardized peer review for documents used to support regulation.
DRUG AVAILABILITY
World Trade Organization will allow poor countries to import generic versions of some patented drugs.
EPA NIXES CO2 RULES
Agency says it has no authority to regulate carbon dioxide from motor vehicles.
NATURE'S ARSENAL
Certain frogs and weeds rely on specialized chemistry to survive and conquer.
CHEMICAL TESTING CLEARS HURDLE
Animal rights groups are overruled on testing of high-production-volume chemicals.
GOLD JUNCTION
Images reveal details of a molecule placed between two gold contacts.
COPPER BOUND
Protein that senses and binds free copper reveals nuances of biological control.

COVER STORY
It's Elemental
Chemical & Engineering News celebrates the Periodic Table of the Elements on the magazine's 80th anniversary.

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