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June 30, 2003
Volume 81, Number 26
CENEAR 81 26 p. 1

NEWS OF THE WEEK
BIOTECH EXPO
President Bush challenges biotechnology firms to fight terrorism.
BIOTECH EMPLOYMENT
Recruiters were talking with prospective employees.
STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT
EPA's draft report omits effects of climate change.
ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION
Ministers from U.S., Canada, and Mexico address joint concerns.
COLOR CODE
Researchers figure out how a tropical plant makes the yellow-orange pigment bixin.
KYOTO PRIZE
Harvard University's George Whitesides wins $400,000 prize.
BUCKY GEL
Carbon nanotubes and ionic liquids form processible gels.
AICHE SEEKS LIFELINE
Facing insolvency, chemical engineering group contemplates merger.
BIG BIO DEAL
Merger of Biogen and IDEC creates U.S.'s third largest biotech firm.
EXPOSURE RESEARCH
American Chemistry Council's initiative receives warm welcome.

COVER STORY
GREEN CHEMISTRY
Presidential honors recognize biotech and other innovations that promote pollution prevention.

BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
BIOTECH IN SWEDEN
Collaboration between industry and Uppsala universities creates a thriving, modern biotech community.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Chemical companies license patents to boost income.
NORTHERN TIGER
Canadian chemical producers discuss strategy for the future.

GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
REACTIVE DEBATE
Search for a solution to the problem of reactive chemical accidents is tough going.
SMILE MAKERS
Scientists from dental association and NIST work together to create materials for stronger, healthier teeth.
BIOSECURITY
Global standards are needed to prevent terrorists' access to threatening infectious agents.

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
WHAT'S THE STINK?
Researchers investigate the chemistry behind the stench of the titan arum plant.
NEW EDUCATION FACILITY
University of San Diego's Donald P. Shiley Center for Science & Technology opens for business.
INSIGHTS
Mix-up between structural isomers reminds chemists to be diligent in ensuring accuracy.

ACS NEWS
BY THE BOOK
ACS education division develops cutting-edge chemistry textbooks.

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