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ChemIndustry.com Newsletter No. 88
ChemIndustry.com Newsletter of Useful Web Sources No. 88Subscribe FREE October 30, 2007 

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This issue of the ChemIndustry.com newsletter highlights Web sites in the following categories:
 
Open access
Environment
Patents
US chemical schools
ACS' new Web site
Reader's suggestion
The Alchemist pick
Events
 
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Free Full-Text Journals in Chemistry
This is a comprehensive list of freely available journals in Chemistry and related subjects. According to the author, Alexander Ragoisha of the Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus, the Directory lists the fully and partly free journals that comply with the following criteria:
  • publisher's grading of a journal as peer-reviewed;
  • one-year, at least, free full-text content, or extensive free supplements to printed versions of papers;
  • chemistry or chemistry-related subject coverage;
  • English language of articles (journals in Russian are also listed on a separate page).
http://www.abc.chemistry.bsu.by/current/fulltext.htm

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The Future of Climate Change Research
This special issue of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory magazine highlights the research efforts of its scientists: "A Matter of Degrees: The Future of Cliamte Change Research--Slowing CO2 Emissions, Adapting to Climate Change Impacts:"
Free, full-text at: http://www.ornl.gov/ORNLReview.

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The Committee on Patents and Related Matters
CPRM (The Committee on Patents and Related Matters) closely monitors proposed changes in intellectual property law analyzes how these proposed changes would impact ACS members and the chemical enterprise.
This page contains relevant sources and links for chemists who deal with patents, including: "What Every Chemist Should Know About Patents" http://membership.acs.org/C/CPRM/PatentLawpresentation0408version.pdf
ACS' Committee on Patents and Related Matters home page: http://membership.acs.org/C/CPRM/

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Academic Chemistry and Biochemistry Departments in the US
The lists in this source contain links to the web pages of chemistry and biochemistry departments at four-year academic institutions in the United States which offer a bachelor's degree or higher in chemistry or biochemistry. Also included are general science departments if chemistry is prominently featured and a bachelor's degree in chemistry is offered, as are the chemistry sections of national research laboratories (e.g. Argonne, Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos), and some chemistry related research links.
http://www.library.ucsb.edu/subjects/chem/chemuniv.html

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ACS improved Web site
The American Chemical Society has launched a newly designed, improved Web site.
See: http://www.chemistry.org

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Corrosionist
The website of Corrosion & Corrosion Control Description: This site is dedicated to Corrosion Science & Corrosion Control. It's an organized collection of free documents, papers, software and webpages found on the Internet.
http://www.corrosionist.com

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Industrial innovation
An examination of how innovation occurs within the chemical industry based on activities within the Portuguese branch of a multinational chemical company, has led to a map of knowledge bases used in the search for innovative, new products. Despite appearances to the contrary, large multinational companies can have a decisive role in the innovation process, the researchers at the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, and Solvay in Brussels, Belgium explain, they can do so by providing their market expertise to entrepreneurs.
Mapping Chemical Industry Knowledge

Read more hot chemistry news from ChemWeb.com's newsletter: The Alchemist.

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The 59th API China 2007 Shenzhen
In order to meet the fast growing demands of China's pharmaceutical machinery market, a specialized show for the world's pharmaceutical packaging and processing machinery will be held during 13-15 Nov, 2007 at Shenzhen Expo Centre located with API China. There will be over 1000 exhibitors.
http://www.apichina.com.cn/

 

The 12th APCCHE - The Chemical Engineering Exhibition
The Asia-Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering (APCChE) is the confederation of chemical engineering groups in Asia and Asia-Pacific region. Event will be held Aug. 4th - 6th, 2008
http://www.icit-expo.com

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