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 Reactive Reports #55
 May 2006
From David Bradley Science Writer
and Advanced Chemistry Development
  Reactive People [Previous Reactions...] Reactive People Chemist Interviews
 
Wendy Warr Interview with Wendy Warr
Dr. Wendy Warr has Masters and Doctors degrees in Chemistry from the University of Oxford, England. She is a Chartered Chemist, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. Read more...
 
 
  Reactive Science News sciencebase science newsfeed
 
  Da-Da-Da-Der-Dah-Duh-Dah-Daah! Tequila!  Whether celebrating Cinco de Mayo or just having another relaxing day in Margaritaville, a new chemical test could be the assurance you need that the bottle you're downing is genuine tequila.
  Testing the Byproducts of Cell Death  A new approach to testing whether a particular chemotherapy agent is working well in treating a patient's cancer is being developed by UK scientists.
  You Want Benzene With That Soda?
A chemical health story that has been bubbling for several years came to a head earlier this year, as consumers learned that their soft drinks could be contaminated with levels of benzene far higher than national and international drinking water standards allow.
 
Periodic Features

View our recent presentations online:

  ACD/Labs Online: Providing NMR Prediction and Databases to an Entire Campus by Ryan Sasaki (PDF, 412 Kb).

Using Integrated NMR Prediction and Processing by Brent Lefebvre (PDF, 1.01 Mb).

A Web Based Solution for Sample Submission and Retrieval of Spectra for NMR Research Centers by Scott MacDonald, Karim Kassam, Brent Lefevbre (PDF, 1.23 Mb).
 
Snapshots of Celebrity Molecules

If you are working on a fascinating formulation or a marvellous material, or perhaps you think your compound is simply cool, then tell us about it and visit our Gallery of Celebrity Molecules.


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