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Table of Contents
April 24, 2000
Volume 78, Number 17
CENEAR 78 17 p. 3

NEWS OF THE WEEK
SINGULAR ENZYME
Recently discovered carbonic anhydrase has cadmium atom at its center.
FAST ION CONDUCTORS
New family is based on lanthanum-molybdenum oxides.
CLIMATE CHANGE
After further study, international panel reiterates human activities are raising average global temperatures.
FEDERAL R&D BUDGET
Congress has taken the first step in the 2001 budget process; some see positives for science..
BFGOODRICH REFOCUSES
Company is putting its $1.2 billion chemical unit on the market, exiting last of its old-line businesses.
EXPLOSION'S CAUSE
Phillips thinks it knows what led to deadly blast at Pasadena, Texas, complex.
BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
AKZO NOBEL
Restructured producer focuses broadly on coatings, chemicals, and drugs.
ANTIBIOTICS
No pill will cure price pressures that are forcing plant closures.
JOHN MCALISTER
C&EN talks with Tripos' president and CEO about drug discovery.
MARKET FARE
First-quarter 2000 sees chemical, drug stocks drop, biotechs rise.
GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
ENVIRONMENT
INDUSTRY SEA CHANGE
Corporations are reducing greenhouse gas emissions and investing in renewable technologies.
PERSPECTIVE
"COPENHAGEN"
Broadway play examines mysterious 1941 meeting between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg.
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
COVER STORY
COMPUTERS OF THE FUTURE
Computers hold great promise for solving huge chemical problems.
SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY
Researchers are using organic chemistry to design nonnatural molecules that function in biological systems.
SCIENCE INSIGHTS
Why news about the latest genome milestones does not appear in C&EN.
ACSNEWS
UNDERGRAD PROGRAM
Activities in San Francisco ranged from a fiery demonstration to the eminent chemist lecture.
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