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"Someone once told me, 'A vision without resources is a hallucination,' ... prior to the 2011 budget, we were living a hallucination."
CHARLES F. BOLDEN JR., NASA ADMINISTRATORp. 42

March 15, 2010

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Highlights

Cover Story

Pharma Outsourcing

Three case studies illustrate how drug development partnerships persevere through economic ups and downs. (pp. 15-27)

» Case Studies: #1 | #2 | #3
Business

Petrochemicals(Member Content)

North American producers are bracing for long-anticipated capacity to come on-line in the Middle East and Asia. (pp. 30-33)

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Cover Story

Ispinesib 4-aminopyridine docetaxel

Pharma Outsourcing p. 15

Relationships between drug companies and chemistry outsourcing partners can span years, even decades.

Patently Right Process Chemistry pp. 16-19

Case Study #1: Cytokinetics turns to Irix for help with a tough synthesis.

Loyal Steward Of A Small Molecule pp. 21-23

Case Study #2: For over 25 years, Regis has supplied 4-aminopyridine to successive stakeholders for a new multiple sclerosis drug.

More Than A Supplier pp. 25-27

Case Study #3: BioVectra seeks greater returns by partnering with Taxolog and Sandoz on a generic cancer drug.

News Of The Week

Unraveling Thalidomide's Tragic Effects Chemistry Over Colorado Exelixis Restructures Advancing Biomaterials

Unraveling Thalidomide's Tragic Effects p. 9

Cell Biology: Researchers discover a protein involved in causing birth defects related to the drug.

Back Together In Business p. 10

Animal Health: Merck and Sanofi re-form a joint venture.

Chemistry Over Colorado p. 10

Chlorine Surprise: Reactions may process up to one-fifth of inland nitrogen oxide emissions.

New Chains For Ionic Liquids p. 11

Molecular Design: Kinked fatty acid side chains create a new class of low-melting-point salts.

European Chemicals Agency Proposes Expanded Regulations p. 11

Chemical Controls: Trichloroethylene and seven other compounds targeted.

Exelixis Restructures p. 12

Biotech: Cancer drug firm shifts resources to development and cuts 40% of jobs.

Advancing Biomaterials p. 12

Cost Reduction: Chemical firms target alternative fuels and feedstocks.

Climate-Change Panel Under Scrutiny p. 13

Inquiry: Science academies will assess UN's prestigious body.

Abbott Takes On Facet p. 13

Big pharma firm wins bid for a promising pipeline of multiple sclerosis, oncology drugs.

Business

Petrochemicals pp. 30-33 (Member Content)

North American producers are bracing for long-anticipated capacity to come on-line in the Middle East and Asia.

Biocitech Thrives pp. 35-36 (Member Content)

Biotech hub in Paris that keeps a science legacy alive now needs to expand.

Indian Biogenerics Market Heats Up pp. 38-39 (Member Content)

Cipla gears up for commercial production, joining other local players.

Business Concentrates pp. 28-29 (Member Content)

Awards

Government & Policy

President Gives NASA A New Course pp. 42-43 (Member Content)

But many in Congress are raising serious questions about the agency's human space exploration plans.

Keeping U.S. R&D In First Place pp. 44-46 (Member Content)

National science board recommends ways to fend off challenges from global competitors.

Government & Policy Concentrates p. 40 (Member Content)

Employment

Uncertainty Grows In The Golden State pp. 61-63

With biotech struggling to recover, many chemists remain out of work in California.

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Science & Technology

Food That Smells Too Good To Eat pp. 51-52 (Member Content)

Enhancing the aroma of food might help dieters eat less.

Neuroscience: The Two Faces Of Pleasure And Desire Web Exclusive With Video

Wasps' Nursery Defense p. 54

Expert panel recommends screening for effects of chemicals on critical disease pathways.

Questions Arise Over Interaction Between Brain Cells p. 57

Chemical Ecology: Beewolf digger wasps use bacterial antibiotics to protect the next generation.

Science & Technology Concentrates pp. 48-49 (Member Content)

Meetings

2010 C&EN Calendar Web Exclusive

C&EN's latest list of meetings and events of interest to those in the chemical community is for March through December.

Editor's Page

'Central Science' p. 3

New & Improved: "C&ENtral Science" turns two at the national meeting. We're celebrating by unveiling the renovated blog on March 22.

The Departments

Letters pp. 4-7

Newscripts p. 72

Smart Dressing, Chocolate Geography, Beer-Loving Mosquitoes

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