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"I don't think we'll do another Wyeth acquisition. At least I hope not this week"
ANTHONY J. MADDALUNA, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENTp. 29

March 1, 2010

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Highlights

Cover Story

Science Of Beauty

From basic science to the finishing touches, L’Oréal R&D scientists cover all the bases. (pp. 17-22)

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Education

Women Now 17% Of Chemistry Faculty

Up again by 1% from the previous year, women's progress is steady but glacial. (pp. 42-43)

239th ACS National Meeting

Final Program

Highlights and exposition information for San Francisco on March 21–25. (pp. 55-60, 64-80)

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Cover Story

Inside The Beauty Lab Treading Lighter

Inside The Beauty Lab pp. 17-22

In pursuit of innovative products, L’Oréal R&D scientists address beauty 'from the cell to the gesture'.

Treading Lighter Web Exclusive

L’Oréal is increasing its commitment to sustainability when developing new ingredients.

News Of The Week

A Protein That Aids Forgetting New Way To Screen α-Conotoxins EPA Delays CO<sub>2</sub> Cuts Growing Piles Of Toxic Trash

European Firms Look To Future p. 11

Earnings: Fourth quarter makes chemical companies hopeful about 2010.

NIH And FDA Team Up p. 12

Collaboration: Agencies partner to help regulators bring new drugs to market faster.

A Protein That Aids Forgetting p. 12

Neuroscience: Protein kinase Rac helps the fruit fly brain remove memories.

New Way To Screen α-Conotoxins p. 13

Drug Discovery: Work could lead to medications based on these neuroactive peptides.

Industry Sustainability Study p. 13

BASF, Air Liquide lead in creating sustainable value; Dow is last, BASF-funded study finds.

Drug Firms Create Cancer Nonprofit p. 14

Research: Lilly, Merck, and Pfizer target disease in Asia.

EPA Delays CO2 Cuts p. 14

Greenhouse Gas: Agency postpones limits to plant emissions until 2011 or later.

Growing Piles Of Toxic Trash p. 15

Electronic Waste: Developing countries need to prepare for surge in domestic discards, UNEP says.

Heavy Elements p. 15

International body dubs element 112 copernicium.

Business

A World View At India's Dishman pp. 26-28

Smart acquisitions and a knack for retaining foreign employees propel growth of drug ingredients producer.

Video: Tour of Carbogen Amcis' Ahmedabad site

Rightsizing Pfizer p. 29 (Member Content)

The world's largest drug company enters a new round of postmerger consolidation.

Business Concentrates pp. 24-25 (Member Content)

Awards

Government & Policy

EPA Revisits Atrazine pp. 31-33 (Member Content)

Agency wants to incorporate human epidemiology and incident data into risk assessments.

Government & Policy Concentrates p. 30 (Member Content)

Education

Women Now 17% Of Chemistry Faculty

Women Now 17% Of Chemistry Faculty pp. 42-43

Up again by 1% from the previous year, women's progress is steady but glacial.

Books

Finding Joy In Chemistry

Finding Joy In Chemistry pp. 46-47

Explanations for lay readers of the science behind the stuff of everyday life.

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Science & Technology

The More The Merrier pp. 36-37 (Member Content)

New evidence proves that RNAs can take on multiple folded forms, just as proteins do.

Lassoing Your Target pp. 38-39 (Member Content)

Unusual peptides with pharmacological potential are amenable to engineering.

Croconic Acid Is Ferroelectric p. 41 (Member Content)

Discovery suggests organic ferroelectrics may not be as elusive as once thought.

Science & Technology Concentrates pp. 34-35 (Member Content)

Meetings

239th ACS National Meeting pp. 55-60

Final Program: Highlights and exposition information for San Francisco on March 21–25.

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2010 C&EN Calendar Web Exclusive

C&EN's latest list of meetings and events of interest to those in the chemical community is for February through December.

Editor's Page

BPA Craziness p. 3

People

Promotions p. 53 (Member Content)

The Departments

Letters pp. 6-8

Newscripts p. 88

Nanofertilizers, Pee For Your Plants

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