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National Defense
February 2013
Stew Magnuson
New Way to Test Airborne Pathogens Slated for BioWatch Program The technology will be applied to the Department of Homeland Security's BioWatch program, which places sniffers in various U.S. cities in order to detect the release of biological weapons, as well as the Army's Next Generation Diagnostics System mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
National Defense
February 2013
Robert Rose
Corporations Must Cope With More Whistleblowers Whistleblowers in the defense industry have specific protection in 10 U.S.C. 2409. "Contractor" is a broadly defined term. It is a person "awarded a contract with an agency," such as the Defense Department, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard or NASA. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 10, 2013
Laura Howes
Golden rice trial breached ethical guidelines Golden rice, the -carotene boosted genetically modified rice, which it is hoped will help to prevent cases of childhood blindness, has suffered another setback. Chinese researchers were judged to have breached ethical guidelines when they ran a trial in which children were fed the GM rice. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 9, 2013
Andrew Turley
EPA focuses on five chemicals The US Environmental Protection Agency has released for public comment draft risk assessments of five chemicals found in common household products. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 6, 2013
Simon Hadlington
Greener route to carboxylic acids Chemists in Israel have developed a new way to oxidize primary alcohols to carboxylic acids, using water as both the reaction solvent and the source of oxygen. mark for My Articles 116 similar articles
National Defense
February 2013
Sandra I. Erwin
Proliferation of Cruise Missiles Sparks Concern About U.S. Air Defenses The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan saw the rise of improvised explosive devices as the ultimate asymmetric weapon. Future conflicts, strategists warn, could expose U.S. forces on land and at sea to a deadly weapon that is extremely hard to detect: cruise missiles. mark for My Articles 346 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 4, 2013
Peng Tian
China's next leader looks to soothe environmental angst Recognition of recent environmental protests by Xi Jinping, the man expected to become China's next president, marks a shift in thinking that could affect how the country deals with large industrial projects. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 3, 2013
Patrick Walter
US EPA head to step down US Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson has announced that she will be stepping down. She plans to leave her post after the president's state of the union address, which is usually given in late January. mark for My Articles 132 similar articles
Registered Rep.
January 2, 2013
Megan Leonhardt
Blotter: January 2013 FINRA slapped a Pennsylvania advisor with a complaint in December after he allegedly forged client signatures to funnel client assets from one account to another, culminating in personal withdrawals of over $250,000. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2013
Vinod Sreeharsha
Brazil Doubles Down on Biofuel Start-up GraalBio wants to transform sugarcane waste into cellulosic ethanol mark for My Articles 224 similar articles
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