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LITTLE ANXIETY OVER EURO DEBUT
Cover Story
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Business
POST-WTO TAIWAN
Government
HEALTH AND SAFETY
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January 7, 2002
Volume 80, Number 1
CENEAR 80 1 p. 1

NEWS OF THE WEEK
SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING
At ACS, JACS gets a new look for the new year; proteome journal debuts in February.
LITTLE ANXIETY OVER EURO DEBUT
European chemical industry is well prepared for currency change.
ARGENTINE CRISIS
Chemical firms look to fiscal recovery plan.
SUPERFUND RELIEF
Contributors of small amounts of waste are no longer liable for cleanup costs.
NANOWIRES
Dip-pen technique writes conducting polymer nanolines directly onto surfaces.
HARVARD BIOCHEMIST FOUND DEAD
Don Wiley's body is found in river after baffling monthlong disappearance.
AIR POLLUTION SETTLEMENT
Two refiners reach agreement with EPA to install control systems, pay fines.
BLOCKING ATTRACTIVE FORCES
Nanoparticle halos stabilize colloidal suspensions.
ADMINISTRATION BACKS NONPROLIFERATION
Bush says programs to control Russian nuclear materials will expand.
COVER STORY
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.
BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
POST-WTO TAIWAN
Island nation struggles to build a knowledge-based economy as its firms move to China.
ALBEMARLE EXPANDS
Analgesics maker adds small-batch capabilities to capture and scale up new drugs for pharmaceutical customers.
INSIGHTS
Management is taking steps to make ailing Japanese chemical market more competitive.
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Conference discusses allergenicity protocols for genetically modified foods.
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
MONELL CHEMICAL SENSES CENTER
Institute is devoted to multidisciplinary chemosensory research.
NET-WORK
Filtering tools may make ever-increasing number of online science information resources more manageable.
ACS NATIONAL AWARDS
2002 WINNERS
Atkinson, Bao, Dodabalapur, Rogers, Amundson, Drzaic, Berne, Breslow, Chait, and Corley.
MEETINGS
C&EN CALENDAR OF MEETINGS & EVENTS
EMPLOYMENT
BIOINFORMATICS
Field thrives in economic downturn, but qualified people are still hard to find.
THE DEPARTMENTS
LETTERS
NEWSCRIPTS

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