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Credit: SCIENCE SOURCE / PHOTO RESEARCHERS, INC." /> Credit: SCIENCE SOURCE / PHOTO RESEARCHERS, INC. OLD-TIME DRUG DISCOVERY >> Had he lived, penicillin co-discoverer Alexander Fleming would have turned 125 on August 6, and to celebrate, he could have keynoted the 11th annual Drug Discovery Technology conference in Boston from August 7-10. For more, see www.drugdisc.com/section.asp.BUILDING ECOCITIES >> If the lab design feature on page 40 gets your architectural ju

The Scientist Staff
Aug 1, 2006
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Credit: SCIENCE SOURCE / PHOTO RESEARCHERS, INC.

OLD-TIME DRUG DISCOVERY >> Had he lived, penicillin co-discoverer Alexander Fleming would have turned 125 on August 6, and to celebrate, he could have keynoted the 11th annual Drug Discovery Technology conference in Boston from August 7-10. For more, see www.drugdisc.com/section.asp.

BUILDING ECOCITIES >> If the lab design feature on page 40 gets your architectural juices flowing, why not go to Ecocity 6 in Bangalore, India from August 5-12 to learn how to build sustainable cities of the future.
(EDITOR?S NOTE: After press time, this meeting was postponed until November. Please visit www.tciconferences.com/ecocity2006/ecocity2006.htm for an updated schedule.)

CONTROLLING MERCURY >> Last year in our pages, Larry Schweiger called for coal-fired power plants - the largest uncontrolled source of mercury in the US - to control 90% of their mercury emissions. That move "is essential to accelerate progress toward making our fish safe...

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