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Volume 85, Number 18: April 30, 2007

Cover Story

What Can We Do With CO2?

Scientists are trying to find ways to convert the plentiful greenhouse gas into fuels and other value-added products.

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News of the Week

Faithful Mimic Of Proteins

Selective chemistry enables construction of modified proteins.

Biologics Pursuit

AstraZeneca acquires MedImmune.

EPA Weighs CO2 Limits

Agency is evaluating California's plan for cars, trucks.

Scrutinizing New Nukes

Panel urges warhead policy debate.

Metal Complex Acts Like Enzyme

Ni-Ru complex mirrors a hydrogenase’s active site and is catalytically active.

Chemical Earnings Continue To Grow

Most companies that are reporting see higher returns in the first quarter.

Ethanol From CO In New Zealand

Firm plans to microbially convert waste gas from steel mills into the valuable fuel.

ACS Honors Leadership

Society recognizes congressmen and National Academies' president.

Drug Shows Promise For Treating Muscular Dystrophy

Compound might treat other conditions caused by "nonsense" mutations.


Business Concentrates

A Helping Hand For Emerging Pharma

European Medicines Agency helps small pharmaceutical companies.

Shakeup At Dow

Takeover speculation leaves two casualties in chemical company’s management.

Government & Policy

Government & Policy Concentrates

Chemical Arms Treaty At 10

A decade after entry into force, successes mount, but challenges lie ahead.

EPA Boosts Ethanol

Air pollution is allowed to increase for new and expanding ethanol biorefineries.

Science & Technology

Science & Technology Concentrates

Using Accidents To Educate

Accidents can teach valuable lessons, if only they are heeded.

Inside Instrumentation

Technology and Business news for the laboratory world.

ACS News

Board, Council Meet in Chicago

Dues go up, proposed bylaw changes engender debate.

ACS's History Division Celebrates 85 Years

Speakers relate the past and present to the future at a symposium in Chicago.


Landmark Achievements

Awards program honors institutions where breakthrough chemical discoveries occurred.

NCW Poster Winners Announced


Biotech's 'Perfect Storm'

The push for energy independence may yield more bioenergy-related jobs.

Editor's Page

Science And Natural Theology

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