Skip to Main Content

Text Size A A

Magazine (Back Issue)

Jump to Table of Contents
Securing Air Safety
Table Of Contents

Quote of the Week

"I would argue that biodiesel in the long haul is probably not the fuel of the future."
Darol Brown, U.S. head of CONSULTING FIRM HBIp.16

June 1, 2009

In This Issue:

Jump to Table of Contents

October 24, 2011 Issue
October 17, 2011 Issue
October 10, 2011 Issue
October 3, 2011 Issue

» View Archives: 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006
more...

Highlights

Cover Story

Keepers Of The Gate

Advanced imaging and detection technologies help root out threats of terrorism in airports. (pp. 10-13)

Business

Glycerin Gambit (Member Content)

Making chemicals from the biodiesel by-product proves challenging. (pp. 16-17)

Government & Policy

Managing Chemicals (Member Content)

UN conference expands global strategy to include PFCs, nanomaterials, other emerging concerns. (pp. 22-24)

Advertise Here

C&EN reaches over 161,000 primary subscribers worldwide plus a pass-along readership for a total of 300,000 scientific readers.
» Find out more about advertising

Advertisement

Table of Contents

News Of The Week

EPA Intervenes In Dioxin Cleanup p. 4

Agency will set schedule to clean up pollution downstream of Dow Chemical's plant.

Disorderly Proteins Turn Predictable p. 5

Spectroscopic evidence suggests a general strategy for finding inhibitors of unstructured proteins.

Obama Limits Preemption p. 5

Federal regulations should rarely trump state laws, President says.

U.S. Steps Up H1N1 Readiness p. 6

Health agency taps drug companies to make ingredients for a vaccine.

New Management For Ranbaxy p. 6

Losses prompt parent firm, Japan's Daiichi Sankyo, to appoint new chairman and CEO.

Chemical Assessment Changes p. 7

New EPA policies aim to boost scientific integrity.

Route To Stable Carbon Chains p. 7

One-dimensional strings of up to 16 atoms long could be used in electronic devices.

'Infofuse' Gets Message Across p. 8

New technology transmits chemically encoded messages.

Isotope Shortage Returns p. 8

Shutdown of Canadian nuclear reactor threatens medical diagnostics.

Business

Glycerin Gambit pp. 16-17 (Member Content)

Making chemicals from the biodiesel by-product proves challenging.

On The Map pp. 18-19 (Member Content)

With strategy and a bit of luck, Aspen has quickly established itself on the global pharma scene.

C&EN Talks With Martin Brudermüller p. 20 (Member Content)

Head of BASF in Asia focuses on improving firm's competitiveness.

Business Concentrates pp. 14-15 (Member Content)

ACS News

Official Reports From The Salt Lake City Meeting Web Exclusive (Member Content)

ACS Honors Augustine, Honda, Gingrey p. 35 (Member Content)

ACS Launches Virtual Career Fair p. 35 (Member Content)

Government & Policy

Managing Chemicals pp. 22-24 (Member Content)

UN conference expands global strategy to include PFCs, nanomaterials, other emerging concerns..

Who You Gonna Call? pp. 22-23 (Member Content)

Tension Arises Among Scientific Groups Offering Advice To UN

Emergency Preparedness Web Exclusive

Handling Chemical Incidents In The Developing World

NIH Windfall pp. 25-26 (Member Content)

Stimulus money creates short-term gains, long-term challenges for biomedical research agency.

Government & Policy Concentrates p. 21 (Member Content)

Books

Joseph Priestley's Story pp. 32-34 (Member Content)

Book examines all aspects of the life of a famed scientist, political thinker, and theologian.

Science & Technology

Seeking Saltiness pp. 29-30

New findings on salty taste may inspire ways to trick the tongue.

Inside Instrumentation p. 32 (Member Content)

Technology and Business news for the laboratory world.

Science & Technology Concentrates pp. 27-28 (Member Content)

The Departments

Letters pp. 2-3 (Member Content)

Newscripts p. 48

Bidding Adieu To An Old Friend

Obituaries

Advertise Here

C&EN reaches over 161,000 primary subscribers worldwide plus a pass-along readership for a total of 300,000 scientific readers.
» Find out more about advertising

Advertisement

Services & Tools

ACS Resources

ACS is the leading employment source for recruiting scientific professionals. ACS Careers and C&EN Classifieds provide employers direct access to scientific talent both in print and online. Jobseekers | Employers

» Join ACS

Join more than 161,000 professionals in the chemical sciences world-wide, as a member of the American Chemical Society.
» Join Now!

Advertisement

Advertise Here

Advertisements

  • Visit Shimadzu
  • C&EN Webinar Archive
  • Visit C&EN Archives
Advertise Here

Advertisements

  • Visit TCI
Advertise Here