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 Reactive Reports #68
 September 2007
From David Bradley Science Writer
and Advanced Chemistry Development
  Reactive Science News sciencebase science newsfeed
  Fire Resistant Paint  A way to toughen up the latex particles used to make emulsion paints has been developed by UK chemists.
  Light Controlled Magic Bullet  Targeting diseased tissue directly with the drug to teach it, the so-called magic bullet, came a step closer thanks to work by Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutics Colin McCoy of Queen's University Belfast and his colleagues.
  Insecticidal Synthesis  Professor Steven Ley of Cambridge University and his colleagues over the last two decades have been on a chemical odyssey.
  Plain or Vanilla  Some men smell of vanilla while others smell of urine, but it is not always down to personal hygiene or ice-cream tainted Cologne.
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Bryan Vickery Reactive Profile—Bryan Vickery, Chemistry Central
Bryan Vickery did his BSc and PhD in electrochemistry at Liverpool University, England, but eschewed damaged jeans and fume cupboards for the world of electronic publishing.  Read more...
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