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Articles from Instrument Business Outlook (October 31, 2005)

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A turbulent October in wake of earnings announcements. 3456
Academia: US universities' technology transfer efforts are producing little benefit for either academia or private industry, according to some observers. 149
Applied Biosystems invests in new sequencing technology. 298
Biotechnology: Monoclonal antibodies are finally delivering on their promise to fight disease. 115
Bruker AXS adds to x-ray microanalysis business. Brief Article 300
China: China's voracious demand for commodities may be slowing. Brief Article 114
Food/agriculture top rated in business climate survey. 716
Independent test and research: a burgeoning market. Company Profile 1809
ISA 2005 strikes out. 1088
Japan: Science and technology (S&T) requests by Japanese government ministries for fiscal 2006 increased 6.5% to [yen] 3.809 trillion ($33.3 billion). 259
Market profile: leak detectors. 443
Parker Hannifin buys process instrument supplier Porter Instrument. 100
Pharmaceuticals: Next January, Medicare Part D will take effect, changing how the US government buys drugs and perhaps how drug companies develop them. 224
Russia: Although business conditions in Russia remain difficult, the country is still an attractive investment opportunity. Brief Article 171
Sartorius AG. 110
Seiko acquires x-ray detector company and establishes US subsidiary. Brief Article 156
The bottom line: data from recent industry financial reports. Dollar amounts in millions. Illustration 443

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