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January 13, 2003
Volume 81, Number 2
CENEAR 81 2 p. 1

NEWS OF THE WEEK
CURBING EMISSIONS
Two senators push for caps on and trading rights for emissions of greenhouse gases.
LOS ALAMOS IN FLUX
Two top officials resign amid charges of fraud and mismanagement.
BRISTOL-MYERS SETTLES SUITS
Firm agrees to pay plaintiffs $670 million in two generics antitrust drug cases.
MADE FROM SCRATCH
Total synthesis of the natural product (+)-13-deoxytedanolide is achieved at Penn.
IMPROVING SOY PROTEIN
DuPont and Bunge form $800 million venture to tap into health food market.
BIOTECH FOOD REVIEW FAULTED
FDA does not have the authority necessary to ensure safety, advocacy group says.
DNA FROM TNA TEMPLATE
Scientists take first successful step in search for polymerase that replicates threonucleic acid.
DEADLY TOXIN DETECTED
British authorities find ricin, equipment to make it in London apartment.

COVER STORY
WORLD CHEMICAL OUTLOOK
The global chemical industry is finally showing signs of recovery, but economic or political instability could bring it crashing down again.

BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
STOCKS HAVE ANOTHER BAD YEAR
Chemical, drug, and biotechnology companies suffered price declines for third straight year.
E-BUSINESS
News Updates For The World Of Business Online

GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
TRADE DISPUTE
World Trade Organization rejects two U.S. laws that offer tax breaks and "subsidies" to U.S. exporters.

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
BIOMOLECULE PROBE
Raman optical activity spectroscopy gains importance for investigating solution structure and behavior of biomolecules.
DRUG HUNTING
Anti-idiotypic imprinting and direct molding shape novel bioactive compounds from polymeric cavities and enzyme active sites, respectively.
DIGITAL BRIEFS
New Software And Websites For The Chemical Enterprise

ACS COMMENT
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ACS NEWS
PRESERVING FROZEN FOOD ADVANCES
ACS recognizes efforts of USDA scientists to freeze foods and keep taste intact
ACS UNVEILS ONLINE RENEWAL SERVICE

ACS NATIONAL AWARDS
2003 WINNERS
Buriak, Christe, Christensen, Dalton, Denmark, Dixon, Eisenberg, Eschenmoser, Ford, Freidinger, and Ganguly.
RUBBER DIVISION AWARDS

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