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Rivers May Be Emitting Substance Involved In Ozone Destruction

...in the world. The study is reported in the Nov. 14 web edition of Environmental Science &Technology, a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the AmericanChemicalSociety, the world's largest scientific society. The study also will appear inthe Jan. 1print edition of the journal. The total annual ...

Possible Breast Carcinogen Found In Human Milk

...utweigh the risks. The finding is explained in the web edition of the peer-reviewed journalChemicalResearch in Toxicology, published by the American Chemical Society -- theworld'slargest scientific society. It will appear in the print version of the journalon Dec. 21. "Chronic exposure of the general po...

New Discovery Offers Hope For Controlling Cholesterol, Atherosclerosis

...heart disease. The finding is detailed in both the web and Dec. 22 print editions of thepeer-reviewedjournal Biochemistry, published by the American Chemical Society, the world'slargestscientific society. The small intestine is the human body's main entrance for dietary cholesteroland fat. A1990 Bioch...

Formaldehyde Emissions From Consumer Products

...mbus, Ohio. The results are reported in the Nov. 7 web edition of the scientific journal Environmental Science & Technology, published by the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. The article will appear in the Jan. 1 print issue of the semimonthly peer-reviewed journal. "P...

Sunscreen Ingredient Causes DNA Damage In Light

...g to skin cancer. The research is presented in the web edition of the peer-reviewed journalChemical Research in Toxicology, which is published by the American ChemicalSociety, the world's largest scientific society. It will appear in thejournal's Jan.18 print edition. The ingredient in question is PBSA,...

Vion's TAPET Organisms Demonstrate Reduced Virulence, Increased Safety While Retaining Ability To Specifically Target Tumors

...development programs, visit the company's Internet web site at http://www.vionpharm.com . Statements included in this press release which are not historical in nature areforward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe-harbor provisions of thePrivate Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward...

Wetting Of Structured Or Imprinted Surfaces - Zooming Down Onto The Nanoscale

... sitting on a plant leaf or hanging from a spiders web provide familiarexamples for dewetting. On the other hand, the spreading of paint and adhesiveson solid surfaces or the application of cosmetics onto the human skin rely onthe wetting properties of these liquids. In fact, you could not read these lin...

Chemists To Meet March 21-25 In Anaheim

...e complete schedule will be available from the ACS web site after January 25 and can be accessed at http://www.acs.org/meetings/anaheim . Reporters seeking to make arrangements to cover the meeting should contact Sally Pecor at the ACS Office of Communications at s_pecor@acs.org . From Monday thr...

Technology Reduces Reliance On Fungicides For Grape Growers

...ing model for powdery mildew, visit the APSJanuary web feature story with photographs and links to additional sites at www.scisoc.org . The American Phytopathological Society (APS) is a professionalscientific organization dedicated to the study and control of plant disease with5,000 members worldwide....

New Model For Assessing The State Of The Environment

...criteria will also be available on the Swedish EPA web site: http://www.environ.se The assessment is in two parts: First, an appraisal is made of the state of the environment on a scale of 1 - 5. The best areas with no adverse effects on the environment and good conditions for biological diversity ar...

Solid Waste Incineration May Exceed Leaded Gasoline As Source Of Lead Air Pollution In Cities

...esearchers. The study, reported in the Jan. 20 web edition of the scientific journalEnvironmental Science & Technology, published by the American Chemical Society,the world's largest scientific society, involved researchers from ColumbiaUniversity, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the New York St...

New Method For Destroying Potentially Deadly Toxins In Drinking Water

... todestroy the toxins, is described in the Jan. 26 web edition of the journalEnvironmental Science & Technology, a peer-reviewed publication of theAmerican Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. The researcharticle is scheduled to appear in the March 1 print issue of the semi-monthlyj...

Household Fungus Contributes To "Sick Building Syndrome"

...e information on this mold, visit the APS February web feature storywith photographs and links to additional sites at www.scisoc.org ....

NSB Meets In L.A. On Expanded Environmental Research, Education, Assessment

...ment in the context of a larger Federal strategy.A web site provides updated information and solicits community comments. (See: http://www.nsf.gov/nsb/tfe) The symposium will be preceded by Board discussions of the NSF Strategic Planand the Board's draft report on high school achievement in mathematics ...

Harbor Branch Web Developers Bring Adventures @Sea To Every Desktop

...er at Harbor Branch. "At thetime, I was writing a web article about a well-known shark researcher, Samue...innovative, educational multimedia programs. Their web sites and interactiveCD-ROMS focus on marine science and the environment....

NSB Environment Task Force To Hold "Town Hall" Meeting

...nd agencies that supportenvironmental programs. A web site provides updated information and solicitscommunity comments. (See: http://www.nsf.gov/nsb/tfe ) ************************************************** What: NSB Task Force on the Environment "Town Hall" Meeting When: 8:30 a.m. t...

Harbor Branch Web Developers Team With ABC News To Bring Ocean Adventure To A Computer Near You

...or Branch webmaster. "At the time, Iwas writing a web article about a well-known shark researcher, Samue...its first live mission. Seeking to attractas many web surfers as possible to their coverage, Clark and Kelley soughtadvice and a possible partnership with...

Molecular Modeling Expands Chemistry Students' Experiences

...e the results with the computer model. "We use the web andhyperlinked tutorials in the lab as well as the classroom," says Brewer. "Thecomputer is important but the lessons mean more if they are not isolatedcomputer exercises." Bullock and Brewer began to use molecular modeling two years ago wi...

'Shock Therapy' Exceeds Expectations In Cleaning Up Contaminated Soils

...e research was initiallypublished on the journal's web site Feb. 25. Called "lasagna" because of the layered placement of 'treatment zones'within the buried electrodes, "the technology utilizes an electrical current todrivecontaminants from soil into in situ treatment zones for destruction," says therepo...

New Hampshire Study Shows Well Water Has Higher Arsenic Levels Than Municipal Water

...y was initially published March 20 on thejournal's web site. The article claims that water from domestic New Hampshire wellscontains "significantly more arsenic than water from municipal sources," insomecases more than three times the current maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 50parts per billion (ppb) ...

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