A record number of scientific papers were presented at the society's spring national meeting in San Diego.
Former ACS president and ACS board chair Clayton Callis is dead at 81.
Acid chlorides are used in a new method for patterning and functionalizing silicon surfaces.
EPA defends new rule to cut power-plant mercury emissions.
European Commission is concerned about Celanese's purchase of Acetex.
Gene sequence yields insight on how deep-sea bacteria cope under pressure.
President Bush presents the 2003 National Medals of Science and of Technology.
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DNA analog may yield clues about prebiotic Earth.
The Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry will be first major open-access journal in its field.
Arsenic contamination may have driven Sinagua people from Arizona's Verde Valley.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute selects bumper crop of chemists for funding.