December 2001
Vol. 31, No. 12, pp 69–72.

2001 Author Index

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Author Index

Agrawal, Rajat
E-commerce: New opportunities for the chemical industry, July, 16

Aurich, Volker G.
Silver removal and recovery from effluent streams, January, 49

Bailey, Ronald
Rebels against the future, July, 46

Baykoucheva, Svetla
Internet resources for scientific writing, February, 60
Spricht Ihr Computer Hawaiian?, July, 48

Belcher, Julia
The first year, January, 1

Bennett, Jabbar R.
Ribonuclease H: A tool in the battle against leishmaniasis, February, 3

Bennett, Richard S.
It’s the Sun that makes it hot, November, 56

Birkett, David
Birthday gifts for your favorite chemist, January, IBC
Millennial musings, April, IBC
The two-edged sword, July, IBC
Do-it-yourself carbon sinks, October, IBC
Yuletide, chemical warfare, and essential micronutrients, December, IBC

Block, Michael J.
The first year, January, 1
So rare, February, 1
Remembering Ben, March, 1
Doing the genome thing, April, 1
U.S. cold to global warming, May, 46
Chemistry is where you find it, May, IBC
Who’s succeeding in e-business?, June, 1
Physics for chemists, July, 1
To Mars . . . and New Zealand, August, 1
Find a set on the Net, August, 48
The auto electric, September, 1
Different, October, 1
W/O 1567-01, December, 1

Bowonder, B.
The emerging technology trajectory, March, 28

Briggs, LaTese
A chemistry student visits South Africa, August, 3

Burkholder, Samuel P.
New challenge for patent attorneys, January, 53

Busch, Janette
Will they read it? Will they understand?, May, 28

Cai Chun
Dehydrogenation with Pd/ZSM-5 for o-phenylphenol synthesis, October, 37

Cecere, Kerry L.
Teaching old platinum compounds new tricks, March, 51
The roads of opportunity, April, 3

Chan, A. W. Edith
Using chemistry to target treatments, December, 12

Chen, Nai Y.
Energy in the 21st century, January, 14
An environmentally friendly oil industry?, April, 10

Childs, Michael E.
Do we need research incentives for health claims?, August, 28

Childs, Nancy M.
Do we need research incentives for health claims?, August, 28

Cogen, Jeffrey M.
Manage IP costs with technical disclosures, April, 40
Technical disclosures: Advanced tactics, July, 32

Colson, Thomas J.
Manage IP costs with technical disclosures, April, 40
Technical disclosures: Advanced tactics, July, 32

Colton, Kendrew H.
The solo inventor strikes back, November, 54

Dahlhoff, Gerd
The “greening” of nylon, February, 29

Deakin, Laura
The coming helium shortage, June, 43

De Lue, Norman
Combinatorial chemistry moves beyond pharmaceuticals, November, 32

DiGregorio, Barry E.
The dilemma of Mars sample return, August, 18

Essenhigh, Robert H.
Does CO2 really drive global warming?, May, 44

Fagan, Richard
Target discovery using bioinformatics, June, 24

Felton, Michael J.
Survival of the fittest in drug design, March, 11

Firestone, Raymond A.
Management and creativity in research, August, 43

Fitzgerald, Marc C.
The first year, January, 1
From genetic data to medicine: The promising paradigm?, January, 51
Fueling it like it is!, January, 54
Watts up?, April, 54
A time to move on, May, 1
E-procurement: A new management tool, May, 41
Novel photonic materials, June, 3
Trade secrets: A responsible report?, June, 47

Frijling, Lot H.
Creativity in organizations can be measured and acquired, November, 50

Garrou, Philip
Benzocyclobutene-based polymers for microelectronics, December, 40

Gaskill, Mark
A tale of a paper sail, July, 3

Glasser, Matthew
Monetizing intellectual property, June, 17

Gluch, Gina
Kitchen in a can for people on the go, September, 24

Gluck, Peter
A new definition for “chemical element”?, October, 44

Goyette, Michelle L.
Liquid membranes with light switches, April, 23

Haas, David
Time’s up! The color-changing self-expiring badge, February, 42

Hamilton, Pauline
Discovery Down Under, August, 12
GE or not GE: The genetic engineering debate in New Zealand, December, 59

Hardy, David
Can corporate innovation champions survive?, November, 14

Heinze, William F.
The perils of patenting the industry standard, June, 45

Hering, Achim
The proof is in the fire, May, 17

Higgins, Brian W.
Lower sulfur in fuels . . . and raise your profits, October, 39

Hipple, Jack
Can corporate innovation champions survive?, November, 14

Hoelderich, Wolfgang F.
The “greening” of nylon, February, 29

Holstein, Seth C.
A unique approach to conservation, February, 22

Hutton, Scott
Back to biotech basics on the Internet, June, 29

Im, Jang-Hi
Benzocyclobutene-based polymers for microelectronics, December, 40

Inwood, Scott G.
A catalytic process for oxidizing SO2, March, 44

Joyce, Peter
Recovering value from byproducts using phase-transfer catalysis, September, 42

Kieboom, Tom
Combined catalytic reactions—Nature’s way, December, 33

King, Benjamin T.
Alkylated carborane anions and radicals, December, 23

Knapman, Katriona
High-throughput protein crystallography, March, 22

Koene, Joep I. A.
Silver removal and recovery from effluent streams, January, 49

Kolah, Aspi K.
Dimerized isobutene: An alternative to MTBE, March, 15

Kossovsky, Nir
Monetizing intellectual property, June, 17

Koval, Carl A.
Liquid membranes with light switches, April, 23

Krishna, Rajamani
Exploiting entropy to separate alkane isomers, January, 27

Krishnan, S.
The emerging technology trajectory, March, 28

Langenhagen, Conrad
Why technology transfer is a viable option for your company, April, 44

Lehr, Jay
It’s the Sun that makes it hot, November, 56

Lichtenhan, Joseph D.
Nanostructured chemicals: A new era in chemical technology, January, 3

Longin, Teresa L.
Starting a research program at a PUI, March, 3
Liquid membranes with light switches, April, 23

Lu Chunxu
Dehydrogenation with Pd/ZSM-5 for o-phenylphenol synthesis, October, 37

Luberoff, Ben
Read this . . . please, January, 56
The real pro, February, 64

Lyson, Thomas A.
How do agricultural scientists view advanced biotechnology?, April, 50

Mahajani, Sanjay M.
Dimerized isobutene: An alternative to MTBE, March, 15

Mandler, Daniel
Kitchen in a can for people on the go, September, 24

McDougal, Owen
A unique approach to conservation, February, 22

McGuire, Nancy K.
The first year, January, 1
Science ethics debate continues, January, 50
The value of common sense, February, IBC
Chemical cars: Baking soda rockets and geriatric turtles, March, 48
Requiem for a powder-blue Ford Granada, March, 53
Scientists as communicators, May, 30
The independent chemist, May, 47
Self-assembling organic composites in a photo-activated multiphase matrix, June, IBC
Mom’s sure-fire live-forever food claim recipe, August, 35
A most remarkable researcher, August, 46
Periodically in need of a vacation, August, IBC
This is the house that Buck Rogers built, September, 51
Revisiting the Mars sample return debate, September, 56
The challenge from below, October, 45
Create something! Now!, November, 1
Nano in the news, November, 60

Michalski, James
Can corporate innovation champions survive?, November, 14

Michl, Josef
Alkylated carborane anions and radicals, December, 23

Mitchell, Elizabeth
Western chemistry and Maori knowledge, August, 14
The elusive Web, October, 46
Oh, the places we’ve been. Oh, the places we’ll go, December, 64

Mostert, Nel M.
Creativity in organizations can be measured and acquired, November, 50

Nicolaides, David
The changing shape of pharmaceutical R&D, November, 40

Phinney, Sandra
Less bleach—Brighter paper, October, 3
One man’s war on cancer, December, 3

Polaroid NIR Implementation Team
Near-IR chemical analysis in an industrial setting, April, 31

Pollard, Rebecca
The gene: Science’s misused four-letter word, September, 54

Potter, Jeremy
Hindsight is an exact science, September, 18

Reinerth, William A., Sr.
Nanostructured chemicals: A new era in chemical technology, January, 3

Ríos, Sandra
From Chile to cheese country, November, 3

Scheck, Dan M.
Benzocyclobutene-based polymers for microelectronics, December, 40

Schmidt, Charles W.
The chemistry of life on Mars, May, 12
The new breed of cars, September, 34
Of PCBs and the river, December, 48

Schoepke, Phil
Five routes to deep collaboration in the chemical industry, October, 41

Schoevaart, Rob
Combined catalytic reactions—Nature’s way, December, 33

Schwab, Joseph J.
Nanostructured chemicals: A new era in chemical technology, January, 3

Schwartz, Debra A.
Have I got an herb for you!, September, 29
Just for the gel of it, September, IBC
First funding for U.S. research into bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) expected for 2002, October, 5
No sauce?—Your loss, November, IBC
BSE research comes to the U.S., December, 18

Sheppard, Laurel M.
Using “corrosion” to make ceramics, November, 23

Shi, Yigong
Apoptosis and TGFß signaling, December, 4

Silveston, Peter L.
A catalytic process for oxidizing SO2, March, 44

Slater, Eric S.
Guidelines and advice in navigating fair use, March , 46
Copyright piracy: It’s not a small world after all, May, 38
Computers and privacy don’t mix, July, 43
Is it fair use? It depends., September, 46
Intellectual property and failed dot-coms: A new type of law practice, December, 56

Smit, Berend
Exploiting entropy to separate alkane isomers, January, 27

So, Ying-Hung
Benzocyclobutene-based polymers for microelectronics, December, 40

Song, Chunshan
Tri-reforming: A new process for reducing CO2 emissions, January, 21

Stanley, Richard
A unique approach to conservation, February, 22

Swindells, Mark
Target discovery using bioinformatics, June, 24

Todres, Zory V.
Radical ions as bearers of electron memory, July, 26

Ungar, Edward E.
Getting the bugs out while getting the bugs in, October, 28

Vandell, Victor E.
A freshman in industry, May, 3

VerticalNet Inc. Staff
Content, community, and commerce for research chemists, June, 34

Vlasak, Weldon
Planck’s theory and thermodynamics, February, 56
Planck’s state space and the energy of atoms, July, 21
Noise in black and white, October, 22
The miraculous engine, December, 62

Waters, Charles
E-procurement: A new management tool, May, 41

Weir, Malcolm P.
Using chemistry to target treatments, December, 12

Weiss, Gregory A.
Training future chemical biologists, September, 3

Welch, Jim
Five routes to deep collaboration in the chemical industry, October, 41

Wessling, Bernhard
From conductive polymers to organic metals, January, 34

Wildes, Stephen G.
Clean machines from beans, May, 22

Wilson, Steven A.
Can corporate innovation champions survive?, November, 14

Wright, Dennis L.
Furan as a versatile synthon, October, 17

Yadav, P. Srinivas
The emerging technology trajectory, March, 28

Zall, Milton
The nascent paperless laboratory, February, 14

Zeitsch, Karl J.
Gaseous acid catalysis: An intriguing new process, January, 41

Zharov, Ilya
Alkylated carborane anions and radicals, December, 23

Zhiwen, Qi
Dimerized isobutene: An alternative to MTBE, March, 15

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