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Articles from Instrument Business Outlook (January 31, 2005)

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Academia: according to the latest licensing survey conducted by the Association of University Technology Managers, licenses and options executed by US universities increased by more than 20% from fiscal 2001 to fiscal 2003. Brief Article 143
Agilent CEO and president to retire. Brief Article 93
Beckman Coulter names new CEO. 105
China: the Chinese pharmaceutical market is rapidly developing for both domestic and foreign companies. Brief Article 160
European Union: on July 1, 2006, the new EU rules for the reduction of six hazardous chemicals (lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, polybrominated diphenyl ethers, cadmium) in electronic equipment take effect. Brief Article 155
Government: in December 2004, the Nanoscale Science, Engineering, and Technology Subcommittee of the National Science and Technology Council published an update to 2001's National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI). Brief Article 166
High-throughput materials research comes of age. 2073
Japan: finalized on December 24, 2004, Japan's Science and Technology (S&T) budget for fiscal 2005 decreased a negligible 0.8% to [yen] 3,578.5 billion ($35.1 billion). Brief Article 217
Market profile: mobile arc/soark systems. 499
Metrology companies announce merger. Brief Article 231
Pall expands process chromatography business. Brief Article 120
Semiconductors: in its latest Capital Equipment Consensus Forecast, released in December 2004, the Semiconductor Equipment and Materials Institute (SEMI) estimates that the semiconductor manufacturing equipment market climbed 59.1% in 2004 to $35.3 billion. 159
Sigma-Aldrich to acquire cell culture supplier. Brief Article 171
The bottom line. Illustration 450
The fiber-optic future of dissolution testing. 1370
Thermo Electron buys Kendro for $833.5 million. Brief Article 307
US and IBO indexes show sluggish start in 2005. 3409
Virtek and Bio-Rad Settle microarray dispute. Brief Article 112

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