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January 5, 2004
Volume 82, Number 1
CENEAR 82 1 p. 3

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NEWS OF THE WEEK
REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
A synthetic small molecule can turn differentiated cells back into progenitor cells.
HEART-SMART PFIZER
Acquisition of Esperion strengthens company's status as the leading purveyor of heart disease therapies.
CUTTING MERCURY
Some chlor-alkali producers must cut mercury emissions under new EPA regulation.
MAD COW QUANDARY
Scientists say government has no real data on prevalence of mad cow disease in the U.S.
TEST MARKET
Outlook is positive for manufacturers of diagnostic tests for mad cow disease.
SEEING INFRARED
Space-based NASA observatory reveals out-of-this-world organic chemistry.
NEW SOURCE REVIEWED
Federal court blocks a rule that would ease pollution control requirements.
LADDERANES
Solid-state synthesis yields gram amounts of ladder-shaped hydrocarbons.
PHARMACOPEIA SPLIT
Firm will continue as software vendor Accelrys after spinning off drug discovery subsidiary.

COVER STORY
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
ACS President Charles P. Casey addresses the many challenges facing chemists and how to convert these challenges into opportunities.
COVER: Photo by Peter Cutts

BUSINESS
BUSINESS CONCENTRATES
IRELAND TAKES THE LEAD
Irish presidency of the EU will provide a strong voice in shaping new chemicals policy.
INSIGHTS
Research chemists are the new foot soldiers for ensuring environmental, health, and safety performance of products.

GOVERNMENT & POLICY
GOVERNMENT CONCENTRATES
TRADE
U.S. corporate tax break has European Union poised for trade war while Congress dawdles.

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATES
MATERIALS RESEARCH
Topics at annual meeting include nanostructuring, biomaterials, nanotubes, and hydrogen-storage materials.
SUSTAINABILITY
EPA student competition spotlights need for green products and processes.
WHAT'S THAT STUFF?
Champagne's characteristic effervescence is caused by fermentation and governed by Henry's law.

ACS NATIONAL AWARDS
2004 WINNERS
Ellis, Espenson, Finlayson-Pitts, Fleming, Fukuyama, Greer, Hammack, Houghten, Kuck, and Lobo.

EMPLOYMENT
CHEMICAL TECHNICIANS
Technicians have become an integral part of both process and research labs.

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COVER STORY
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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
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WHAT'S THAT STUFF?
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