Copyright © 2004 American Chemical Society
 

January 26, 2004 Issue

Volume 82, Issue 4
8204cov1a
January 26, 2004 Issue, Vol. 82 | Iss. 4
By Michael McCoy
(pp. 23-28)
Features
Science & Technology
Researchers achieve first structural and mechanistic analysis of enzyme 
Science & Technology
Studies call into question a proposal for how aquaporins let water pass but keep protons out (pp. 42-44)
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News of the Week

SIALYLTRANSFERASE STRUCTURE

Researchers achieve first structural and mechanistic analysis of enzyme
(p.10)

INFORMEX DISPLAYS TOUGH TIMES

Custom chemical makers see no quick end to industry downturn
(p.11)

FUNCTIONALIZED C60 PEAS IN A POD

Fullerene derivatives are inserted into carbon nanotubes at low temperatures
(p.12)

AIR LIQUIDE TO BUY MOST OF MESSER

Purchase will leave German rival a small, family-held company
(p.13)

LONZA RESULTS TUMBLE BADLY

Repercussions include resignation of CEO and plant closings
(p.13)

CONFINING BIOTECH ORGANISMS

Study panel says redundant techniques should be required
(p.14)

DIVVYING UP THE WORK

DOE national labs are assigned homeland security responsibilities
(p.14)
 

Departments

Education

Although not broken, the postdoctoral system has deficiencies that could be remedied
(pp. 47-48)

Science & Technology

UOP research director looks to new tools and novel ideas to boost innovation
(p.45)
NEW AND NOTABLE IN THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
(p.46)
Studies call into question a proposal for how aquaporins let water pass but keep protons out
(pp. 42-44)

Newscripts

(p.72)

Editor's Page

Letters

Letters(pp. 6-8)