Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 09:52:18 -0500
Reply-To: Beth Shepard <bshepard1**At_Symbol_Here**SIAL.COM>
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From: Beth Shepard <bshepard1**At_Symbol_Here**SIAL.COM>
Subject: New article about the chemical explosion in France
For those following the story of the explosion in France.....

Nature Contents: 1 June 2006 Volume 441 Number 7093, pp 549-666

How dangerous is chemistry?
The death of a French professor in a laboratory explosion in March 
was a shocking reminder that research can be a risky business. 
Mark Peplow and Emma Marris investigate whether chemistry 
deserves its reckless reputation.

Beth Shepard
Technical Specialist, Regulatory Compliance
Sigma-Aldrich, Milwaukee
Phone: (internal) 6-414-5471
Phone: (external) 414-438-3850 ext 5471
FAX: 414-438-4235 or 6-414-5432

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