June 27, 2011 Issue | Chemical & Engineering News
 
 

American Chemical Society Appoints New Editor-In-Chief For C&EN

The American Chemical Society has appointed Bibiana Campos-Seijo as the new editor-in-chief of Chemical & Engineering News. Currently editor and publisher of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chemistry World magazine, she will move to C&EN in December.

 
Copyright © 2011 American Chemical Society
 

June 27, 2011 Issue

Volume 89, Issue 26
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June 27, 2011 Issue, Vol. 89 | Iss. 26
Chemistry’s contributions to the well-being of humanity are being celebrated in 2011
By Rudy M. Baum
(p.39)
Features
Business
Chairman Kurt Bock seeks to balance old and new at the world’s largest chemical maker (pp. 18-21)
ACS News
Food, environmental, green, and industrial chemistry sectors promote development and education in Africa, worldwide (pp. 41-45)
ACS News
DENVER, Aug. 28–Sept. 1 (p.77)
Back Issues
 
Chemistry Boosts Global Sustainable Development
Food, environmental, green, and industrial chemistry sectors promote development and education in Africa, worldwide
(pp. 41-45)
Maximizing the Benefits of Food
With the help of chemistry, we are eating safer, healthier, and more sustainable food than ever before
(pp. 46-51)
Plant Medicines Key to Global Health
Paradigm shifts could improve quality, availability, and sustainability of traditional and nontraditional medicines
(pp. 52-56)
Medicine Quality Faces Challenges
Access, innovation, and globalization: opportunities and hurdles in providing high-quality drugs to the world’s population
(pp. 58-61)
Twenty Years OF Green Chemistry
Chemists have worked hard to build awareness of and reduce hazardous chemical use over the past two decades
(pp. 62-65)
 

News of the Week

2011 Green Chemistry Awards

Honors: Recipients win praise for innovations that promote sustainability
(p.11)

Drug Industry Meets In Shanghai

Pharmaceutical Ingredients: Exhibitors at CPhI China note the country’s increasing sophistication
(p.12)

Nanoparticles Working Together

Cancer Therapy: Tiny materials ‘talk’ to one another to locate, treat tumors in mice
(p.12)

EPA, Not Federal Courts, Can Limit CO2 Emissions

Climate: Supreme Court ruling is a victory for utilities, environmentalists
(p.13)

A Family Affair

Organic Synthesis: Selective reactions create resveratrol oligomers
(p.14)

Regulators Deem U.S. Reactors Safe

Nuclear Power: Emergency preparedness, however, should be improved
(p.14)

Dinosaur Thermometry

Isotope Analysis: Sauropods’ body temperature was same as that of large modern mammals
(p.15)
 

Departments

ACS News

Enamored by science as a child, Saida Aliyeva uses her talents today to address her country’s environmental challenges
(p.75)
DENVER, Aug. 28–Sept. 1
(p.77)
Food, environmental, green, and industrial chemistry sectors promote development and education in Africa, worldwide
(pp. 41-45)
Paradigm shifts could improve quality, availability, and sustainability of traditional and nontraditional medicines
(pp. 52-56)
Access, innovation, and globalization: opportunities and hurdles in providing high-quality drugs to the world’s population
(pp. 58-61)
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Government & Policy

NSF program strives to put a value on federally funded research
(pp. 24-26)
EPA, FDA release proposals for obtaining information about nanotechnology products
(p.29)
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Science & Technology

Ratios of stable isotopes help locate the origin of corpses, follow migration routes, and authenticate items as different as bottled water and expensive cheese
(pp. 32-35)
Chemistry’s contributions to the well-being of humanity are being celebrated in 2011
(p.39)
With the help of chemistry, we are eating safer, healthier, and more sustainable food than ever before
(pp. 46-51)
Chemists have worked hard to build awareness of and reduce hazardous chemical use over the past two decades
(pp. 62-65)
First female chemistry Nobelist owes much of her success to fierce professional and personal determination
(pp. 66-70)
Computationally designed inhibitors suggest general strategy to prevent the formation of disease-causing amyloid
(p.36)

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