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December 2004

From David Bradley Science Writer and
Advanced Chemistry Development

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? River Deep??An ancient and dried up riverbed in north-eastern Ohio prevents a pool of chemical waste from infiltrating the Ohio River according to geologists speaking at the Geological Society of America's annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, during November.
? Nanotechnology Sticks its Neck Out? An?unexpected finding by a team of physicists and biologists could become instrumental in making nanoscale materials with a range of applications in gene and drug delivery, enzymatic synthesis, and encapsulation systems for biosensors as well as optoelectronic components.
? Subjective Suboxide??Carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide are probably the best known molecules containing just carbon and oxygen, but they do form others, such as carbon suboxide (C3O2), which is one of the most stable.
? Mistletoe Ain't Just for Kissing??A study of extracts of African mistletoe shows it to have anti-diabetic activity, according to researchers in Nigeria.
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