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June 24, 2002
Volume 80, Number 25
CENEAR 80 25 p. 3

NEWS OF THE WEEK
WINNOWING ENANTIOMERS
Antibody-based nanotube membranes separate chiral molecules.
MATERIALS SCIENCE
Computational studies point to new superalloys.
CHEMISTRY OLYMPIAD
Three boys, one girl will represent U.S. at competition in the Netherlands.
SEA CHANGE FOR HUNTSMAN
Family cedes 49.9% stake in companies to Credit Suisse First Boston unit.
NATIONAL SECURITY
MIT says no to on-campus classified research.
OUTLOOK FOR AVENTIS
Company's claim of blockbuster drugs in the pipeline draws skepticism.
FAST FABRICATION
Ultrafast technique imprints nanostructures directly in silicon chip.
GENDER BIAS IN EUROPEAN SCIENCE
EC report documents pattern of discrimination against women in science.
RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP
Baxter is investing $2.25 million in Northwestern University's new research initiative.

COVER STORY
FACTS & FIGURES
Global chemical industry slowed again in 2001; the numbers tell the story.

BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
AIR POLLUTION
Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission may soften requirements to reduce NOx emissions.
EUROPE'S CHALLENGE
New president of European Chemical Industry Council leads debate over proposed unified EU chemicals policy.

GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
SCIENCE IN IRELAND
William Harris, director general of Science Foundation Ireland, aims to build a research base there.

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
HIGHER LEARNING
Spiro Alexandratos faces challenge of building the City University of New York's research program.
QUADRUPLEX DNA
Two research groups propose structures to define the configuration of human telomeres.
WOMEN IN CHEMISTRY
Louisiana State's Julia Chan orchestrates a life rich in chemistry and music.
WHAT'S THAT STUFF?
Chemical protectants in sunscreen allow us to have fun in the sun, sans the burn.

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