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From The Editor 2002

December 23, 2002

Here's To Getting Older ...

December 16, 2002

Looking Back At 2002

December 9, 2002

The Toughest Job In Government

December 2, 2002

Pharmaceutical Balancing Act

November 25, 2002

A Helping Hand for Job Seekers

November 18, 2002

Beauty In The Eye Of The Beholder

November 11, 2002

Northern Exposure

November 4, 2002

Another View Of Pesticide Use

October 28, 2002

Partnerships And Progress

October 21, 2002

It's Your Week-Go For It!

October 14, 2002

What We Know About Iraq

October 7, 2002

Dramatic Changes And Challenges

September 30, 2002

On With The Revolution

September 23, 2002

Focus On Generic Drugs

September 16, 2002

Let Us Catch Your Fancy

September 9, 2002

That Defining Morning

September 2, 2002

The Earth In Our Hands

August 26, 2002

Accelerating Drug Discovery

August 19, 2002

Another Year, Another Report Card

August 12, 2002

Building Chemistry's Foundation

August 5, 2002

A Sobering Time In The Profession

July 29, 2002

Amazing Things That Didn't Fit

July 22, 2002

Getting Down To Business

July 15, 2002

On The Nature Of Discovery

July 8, 2002

The Welcome Mat

July 1, 2002

After The Book Is In Tatters . . .

June 24, 2002

Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow

June 17, 2002

The Reputation Battle

June 10, 2002

Advice To Graduates

June 3, 2002

In Memoriam: Stephen Jay Gould

May 20, 2002

Reading Tea Leaves

May 13, 2002

A Chat with Readers

May 6, 2002

You're Invited To C&EN Online

April 29, 2002

'All The News ...'

April 22, 2002

Marburger's Challenge

April 15, 2002

Crisis In U.K. Chemistry

April 8, 2002

'You Inc.'

April 1, 2002

Public Health And Data Quality

March 25, 2002

People Power

March 18, 2002

Who Says Chemistry Isn't Fun?

March 11, 2002

It's The Climate, Stupid

March 4, 2002

An Industrial Feast In Orlando

February 25, 2002

What Price Security?

February 18, 2002

Now, For Your Reading Pleasure

February 11, 2002

'Lift Every Voice'

February 4, 2002

Lessons From Enron

January 28, 2002

Please, Congress--Surprise Us!

January 21, 2002

The Lure Of The New

January 14, 2002

Over The Rainbow

January 7, 2002

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

ACS President Eli M. Pearce challenges chemists to be caretakers of the future, given the centrality of chemistry to the advancement of science, engineering, and technology.

This page last revised September 22, 2003