May 14, 2012 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.

 
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May 14, 2012 Issue

Volume 90, Issue 20
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May 14, 2012 Issue, Vol. 90 | Iss. 20
Ingredient makers ramp up research in encapsulation and delivery systems
By Marc S. Reisch
(pp. 13-18)
Features
Business
Sales and profits climb once again but capitalization wanes (pp. 22-25)
Science & Technology
Austrian Alps provide a proxy for martian caves that could hold life (pp. 40-41)
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(pp. 34-35)
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(pp. 40-41)
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(pp. 42-44)

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