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Magazine articles on social issues such as crime, the environment, abortion, wealth distribution, drugs, etc.
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National Defense
August 2014
Christina Munnell
Government Urged to Rein In Radiological Materials A government watchdog said the three agencies charged with securing radiological materials that can be used to make dirty bombs need to collaborate more closely. mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 4, 2014
Andy Extance
Molecular sieve membranes look to greener separations US researchers have made molecular sieving fibers that open up new possibilities for large scale chemical separations that use much less energy than conventional distillation methods. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
Information Today
July 1, 2014
Supreme Court Ruling Upholds Individual Privacy Law enforcement officers must obtain a warrant before searching the content in an arrested person's cellphone. mark for My Articles 121 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2014
Patrick Walter
Simple substitution cuts solar cell toxicity A cheap chemical used to make bath salts and tofu looks to be the solution to cutting toxic cadmium from a promising type of solar cell. mark for My Articles 350 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2014
Lanay Tierney
Lithium-ion battery makers look to stimulate electric car production Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors has decided it will no longer pursue lawsuits against anyone using its patented technology. mark for My Articles 311 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 26, 2014
Rebecca Trager
UCLA chemist avoids prison time for lethal lab accident Russ Phifer, executive director of the National Registry of Certified Chemists thinks the charges brought against Patrick Harran and UCLA have improved lab safety. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 25, 2014
Ruth Knowles
'Smell of death' reveals cadaver's secrets Research into the chemical odors released by decomposing bodies is providing forensic scientists with a powerful tool to determine how long a person has been dead mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 24, 2014
Elisabeth Ratcliffe
Human protein cleans drinking water Researchers in Japan have shown that they can remove Escherichia coli from drinking water using tiny tubes made of human serum albumin. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 20, 2014
Susannah May
A real red alert for explosives Scientists in Spain have developed a new material that changes color around TNT. The chemical, which could be used to make intelligent clothing, alerts users to the presence of the explosive. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 19, 2014
Ned Stafford
EU plan to let member states decide on GM The European council of environment ministers would allow member states to go it alone and ban the cultivation of genetically modified crops. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
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