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Volume 85, Number 52: December 24, 2007

Cover Story

2007 Chemical Year In Review

Advances in structural analysis, neurochemistry, organic synthesis, nanotechnology, molecular imaging, and environmental chemistry are among this year's highlights.

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News of the Week

Small Growth In R&D Funds

Congress provides scant increases for physical sciences, biomedical research in 2008.

Tailpipe Emissions Fight

California to sue Administration for rebuffing plan to limit greenhouse gases from cars.

Bruce Alberts Takes Helm Of Science

UCSF biochemist becomes editor-in-chief in early 2008, succeeding Donald Kennedy.

Bromate in Los Angeles Water

Suspected carcinogen may lead to new monitoring regulations nationwide.

Lilly Taps A Chemist

Company's new CEO is organic chemist John Lechleiter.

Antibodies Against RNA

Library method to generate antibodies is widely applicable

Mixing It Up

New metal-organic framework features unprecedented porosity and surface area.

Bali Compromise

U.S. concessions allow agreement on continuing climate-change talks.

Party With Angela Merkel

German chancellor joins the festivities at 75th birthday celebration for Sir John Meurig Thomas.

Education

Small Increase In Women Faculty

C&EN's annual survey shows women making slow progress.

ACS News

ACS Comment

Members' Right To Select Candidates By Petitio

Multimedia

Video: In The Niche Of Time

Unique ultrafast electron imaging tools use time to help elucidate function.

Photo Gallery: A Material World

Images captured during research turned into award-winning art.

The Departments

Letters

Newscripts

People

» Business

December 24, 2007

Year In Review

Amid strong sales and earnings, the industry focused on energy and the environment in 2007.

India In A Rush

Crowds at CPhI India underscore the rapid evolution of the drug manufacturing industry.

Business Concentrates

» Government & Policy

December 24, 2007

A Giant Among Chemists

Nobel Laureate F. Sherwood Rowland discusses his almost six-decade-long career as researcher and public policy advocate.

Congress Lurches Ahead

Some science and technology legislation passed in 2007, but funding bills are still wanting.

Government & Policy Concentrates

» Science & Technology

December 24, 2007

In The Niche Of Time

Unique ultrafast electron imaging tools use time to help elucidate function. With Video

A Materials Feast In Boston

Scientists dig in to sessions on unconventional electronics, nanoparticles, and polymers.

A Material World

Images captured during research turned into award-winning art. With Photo Gallery

Office Pollution

Computers and printers emit chemicals and particles into air.

Science & Technology Concentrates

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