AIDS Proposal

  title={AIDS Proposal},
  author={Eric James Baumann and Thomas N. Bethell and Harvey Bialy and P H Duesberg and Celia Ingrid Farber and CL Geshekter and P. Johnson and RW Maver and R Schoch and GT Stewart and al. et},
  pages={945 - 946}
ment of Science (AAAS), Science serves its readers as a forum for the presentation and discussion of important issues related to the advancement of science, including the presentation of minority or conflicting points of view, rather than by publishing only material on which a consensus has been reached. Accordingly, all articles published in Science-including editorials, news and comment, and book reviews-are signed and reflect the individual views of the authors and not official points of… 
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Professional responsibilities of biomedical scientists in public discourse
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Phase behavior of polymers containing ether groups in carbon dioxide
Polyethers of different composition and chain length were investigated with regard to their solubility in CO2. The nature of the monomeric unit, the degree of polymerization, the endgroup effect, the
Non-fluorous polymers with very high solubility in supercritical CO 2 down to low pressures
It is shown that copolymers can act as efficient, non-fluorous CO2-philes if their constituent monomers are chosen to optimize the balance between the enthalpy and entropy of solute–copolymer and copolymer–Copolymer interactions.
Hydrogenation of citral in supercritical CO2 using a heterogeneous Ni(II) catalyst
Ni(II)-catalyzed hydrogenation of citral in supercritical carbon dioxide (scCO2) results in the selective hydrogenation of CO over CC. The catalyst is completely inactive in conventional organic
Effect of needle damage on the release rate of Masson pine (Pinus massoniana) volatiles
A significant linear correlation between the release rate of total volatiles identified and the proportion of damaged needles was found in the case of LFP but not MDP, and 19 compounds identified as constitutive volatile from UDP were terpenes and green leaf odors.
Crystallization and processing of carbohydrates using carbon dioxide
In this work we demonstrate how CO2 in the gaseous, liquid and supercritical states can be utilized in a wide range of industrially relevant processes, namely, crystallization, glassification,