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ACS Weekly PressPac -- September 6, 2006

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415-978-3532 (San Francisco, CA, Sept. 10-14, 2006)
202-872-4400 (Washington, DC)

The Sept. 6 and Sept. 13 issues of the American Chemical Society (ACS) News Service Weekly press package (PressPac) are special editions. They offer a selection of research highlights from almost 10,000 scientific presentations scheduled for the ACS national meeting in San Francisco.

Our regular coverage of reports from the ACS' 34 major peer-reviewed journals and Chemical & Engineering News will resume with the Sept. 20 edition.

In this Special Edition:

  • New high-efficiency "plastic" solar cells
  • Ultrathin, dye-sensitized solar cells called most efficient to date
  • "Conversation stoppers" fight deadly bacterial infections
  • "Crabby" compound that skewers bacteria could prevent medical implant infections
  • Biodegradable 'napkin' could help quickly detect, identify biohazards
  • Ingredient in Prozac increases risk of extinction for freshwater mussels
  • Brown seaweed contains promising fat fighter, weight reducer
  • Of rice and hen: Fashions from the farm
  • Black-Bone Silky Fowl: An odd bird with meat to crow about
  • Tiny fuel cell might replace batteries in laptop computers, portable electronics
  • National Meeting Resources for Journalists
  • Register for Nanotechnology Media Tour at the ACS San Francisco Meeting

PressPac information is intended for your personal use in news gathering and reporting and should not be distributed to others. Anyone using advance PressPac information for stocks or securities dealing may be guilty of insider trading under the federal Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

The ACS National Meeting Press Office in San Francisco (415-978-3532) and the ACS Office of Communications in Washington (202-872-4400) can provide assistance in arranging interviews with researchers. For full news releases on these topics, non
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Contact: Michael Woods
m_woods@acs.org
American Chemical Society
12-Sep-2006


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