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National Defense
October 2014
Marvin Baker Schaffer
Time to Revive Debate About Space-Based Missile Defense Boost phase missile defense is necessary to reliably and cost-effectively defeat the most advanced intercontinental ballistic missile threats, those of the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China. mark for My Articles 112 similar articles
Registered Rep.
August 29, 2014
Diana Britton
One Strike, You're Out When it comes to the world of independent broker/dealers, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is cracking down. Its stated 2014 priority is to focus its regulatory firepower on "high-risk" brokers. mark for My Articles 986 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 29, 2014
Elisabeth Bowley
Concerns over chemical treatment of reclaimed fracking fluid In the next 50 years, over one trillion gallons of water will be used in shale gas extraction but research from scientists in the US suggests that environmentally detrimental compounds are being created when this fluid is recycled. mark for My Articles 143 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 28, 2014
Phillip Broadwith
DuPont settles pollution charges for $1.3m Chemical titan DuPont has agreed a settlement with US authorities over eight hazardous chemical leaks from the company's plant in Belle, US, between 2006 and 2010. mark for My Articles 110 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 27, 2014
James Urquhart
First ionic liquid made from plant waste Ionic liquids -- salts that are liquid at room temperature -- could potentially be made more cheaply and greenly by recycling by-products from biofuel production processes, according to US researchers. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 21, 2014
Nina Notman
Cape Ray finishes destruction of Syria's most deadly chemicals Two mobile hydrolysis systems onboard the US navy ship Cape Ray were the key players in this global destruction effort. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
August 20, 2014
Michael Blanding
Dragging Patent Trolls Into the Light New research by Lauren Cohen and colleagues shows that patent trolls are not just the stuff of fairy tales. Non-Practicing Entities bring tons of lawsuits accusing other companies of infringing on technology patents. mark for My Articles 223 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 15, 2014
Philip Robinson
Audit of fracking fluids highlights data deficiencies A US survey of almost 250 chemicals used in fracking has identified potentially harmful compounds and exposed a lack of information about them that is hampering efforts to understand fracking's environmental impact. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 13, 2014
Stephen McCarthy
Wind-powered lighting is almost a breeze Scientists in South Korea have created a material that emits bright white light when a stream of nitrogen is blown over it. The discovery paves the way for eco-friendly displays and lighting systems. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
National Defense
September 2014
James C. Fontana
Attorney-Client Privilege in Fraud Suits at Risk Government contractors typically maintain ethics compliance programs, which are mandated by the Federal Acquisition Regulation and are part of the industry's best practices. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
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