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From The Editor 2000

December 18, 2000

Looking Back At 2000 . . .

December 11, 2000

Broiled Haddock

December 4, 2000

Endangered Basic Research

November 27, 2000

C&EN Today

November 20, 2000

Into The Future

November 13, 2000

Rational Exuberance

November 6, 2000

Ensuring Our Future

October 30, 2000

The Fact Is, R&D Is Everywhere

October 23, 2000

Marvelous Molecules

October 16, 2000

A Smart Bet

October 9, 2000

Industry Self-Help

October 2, 2000

Dream Jobs

September 25, 2000

The Missing Women

September 18, 2000

A Good Read

September 11, 2000

Report Card

September 4, 2000

Stay The Course

August 28, 2000

General Chemistry

August 21, 2000

The Kindness Of Strangers

August 14, 2000

Dollars And Sense

August 7, 2000

Agent Orange and F. oxysporum

July 31, 2000

It's The Proteins, Stupid!

July 24, 2000

Summer Book Bag

July 17, 2000

e-Loyalty

July 10, 2000

Time Flies

July 3, 2000

A Most Wondrous Map

June 26, 2000

Education For The Future

June 19, 2000

A Case For Political Involvement

June 12, 2000

What In The World Is That Stuff?

June 5, 2000

Extending The Ethic

May 29, 2000

A Masterful Move?

May 22, 2000

Dilemmas

May 15, 2000

'A Great Cultural Change'

May 8, 2000

On The Ramparts Of Daily Life

May 1, 2000

Russian Musings

April 24, 2000

Earth Day Redux

April 17, 2000

Chemistry Ablooming

April 10, 2000

Thinking Outside The Box

April 3, 2000

Your Ideas, Please!

March 27, 2000

Tap The Power Of C&EN Online

March 20, 2000

DCAT: Realizing Its Potential

March 13, 2000

A Title IX Challenge

March 6, 2000

Toward A Sustainable Future

February 28, 2000

Why Meetings Matter

February 21, 2000

A Chemistry Super Bowl

February 14, 2000

yentas4mergers.com

February 7, 2000

The Informatics Imperative

January 31, 2000

Read This Speech, Please!

January 24, 2000

New! Improved!

January 17, 2000

A Promise To Readers

January 10, 2000

Repealing A Bad Law

January 3, 2000

ACS PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

MILLENNIAL CHALLENGES: ACS President Daryle H. Busch calls on members to participate more fully in ACS.

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