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ACS News Service weekly press package -- June 5, 2006

Here is the latest American Chemical Society (ACS) News Service weekly press package with reports selected from 34 major peer-reviewed journals and Chemical & Engineering News.


ACS NEWS SERVICE
Weekly PressPac -- FOR IMMEDIATE USE
June 5, 2006


There is no embargo on any of the items. They can be used immediately, although you will notice that some have advance publication dates. The PressPac includes links to download the full text of each article.

The ACS News Service PressPac is your access point for discoveries in fields ranging from astronomy to zoology, which are reported in the 34 peer-reviewed journals of the American Chemical Society. With more than 158,000 members, ACS is the world's largest scientific society. Chemistry is the science that transforms lives, and these news alerts are from the leading edge of that science at ACS headquarters.

Contact: Michael Woods
202-872-4400
m_woods@acs.org

In This Edition:

  • A new strategy for early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer
  • Consumer's delight: A practical way to make round salt
  • Reduced risk of plutonium escaping from nuclear waste sites
  • Branching out to a new delivery system for nitric oxide
  • Unforeseen consequences of new White House risk assessment proposal
  • Journalists' Helper of the Week
  • Mark Your Calendars: Chemistry 2006 - San Francisco

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Contact: Michael Woods
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202-872-4400
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