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May 12, 2003
Volume 81, Number 19
CENEAR 81 19 p. 1

NEWS OF THE WEEK
PROTEIN PUMPS
Researchers suggest a mechanism for moving drugs out of cells.
TERROR DRILL
Largest homeland security mock drill ever is being conducted this week.
PFIZER INVESTMENTS
Pharmaceuticals giant plans major expansions in New York City and New Jersey.
RESPONSIBLE CARE
Industry leaders will look at ways to enhance the global program.
CANCER DRUG APPROVAL
FDA gives a green light to AstraZeneca's Iressa.
ENGINEERED PROTEINS
Using computers, chemists first redesign proteins and then create them in the lab.
SENATE ENERGY BILL
Energy Policy Act will attract hundreds of amendments and take weeks to finish.
STEM CELLS
Standards are necessary, even if they raise thorny issues.
GREEN EPOXIDATIONS
Tungstate-H2O2 system provides efficient route from olefins to epoxides.

COVER STORY
TOP 50 U.S. CHEMICAL PRODUCERS
C&EN's reorganized ranking reflects chemical industry changes in 2002, which saw falling sales and revenues.

BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
PALLADIUM MEDALIST
Vincent A. Calarco, Crompton's CEO, is solidly optimistic about future contributions of chemical industry.
ROHNER EXPANDS
Contract fine chemicals firm hopes to fill new plant despite market slump.
CDMA WRAPUP
Speakers at marketing association meeting ponder chemical industry's future.
E-BUSINESS
News Updates For The World Of Business Online.

GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
NUCLEAR POWER
Emerging safety problems prompt calls for tighter regulation.

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
DNA REPAIR
Research probes cellular mechanisms that fix damage done by oxidative species.
NOVEL CATALYST HUNT
Transition-state analog is used to screen a library for potential catalysts.
NEW PRODUCTS
New And Notable In The Chemical Industry.

BOOKS
"THE KILLERS WITHIN"
Timely story of the evolution of antimicrobial resistance reads like a novel.

MEETINGS
31ST NORTHEAST REGIONAL MEETING

THE DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR'S PAGE

LETTERS

NEWSCRIPTS

C&EN ONLINE EXCLUSIVES
AWARDS
Biochemical Technology Awards Presented
Brauman Wins Willard Gibbs Medal
Lieber Wins Harrison Howe Award
Edward P. Ladner Receives National Chemical Technician Award
Hirschmann Named American Institute Of Chemists Gold Medalist
2002 ICI Student Award Announced
2003 PMSE Distinguished Service Award
Xie And Mirkin To Receive Sackler Prize
Gibson Wins Franklin Medal
Parelec's Steve Ludmerer receives Golden C Award
2003 Benjamin Franklin Medal Laureates
Massie Receives Patterson-Crane Award
PNNL Scientist Wins Prestigious International Award For Chemical Research
Schaefer receives Remsen Award
PEOPLE
Promotions
Obituaries



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NEWS OF THE WEEK
PROTEIN PUMPS

NEWS OF THE WEEK
ENGINEERED PROTEINS

COVER STORY
TOP 50 U.S. CHEMICAL PRODUCERS

BUSINESS
VINCENT A. CALARCO

GOVERNMENT & POLICY
NUCLEAR POWER

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
DNA REPAIR



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