Copyright © 2004 American Chemical Society
 

March 1, 2004 Issue

Volume 82, Issue 9
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March 1, 2004 Issue, Vol. 82 | Iss. 9
Technology platforms by themselves are no longer enough--now companies need products to generate value
By CELIA M. HENRY
(pp. 37-42)
Features
Government & Policy
DHS Secretary Tom Ridge assesses department on its first anniversary 
Science & Technology
 (pp. 28-32)
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News of the Week

HOMELAND SECURITY

DHS Secretary Tom Ridge assesses department on its first anniversary
(p.6)

RIBBONS INTO RINGS

Unique crystal growth process leads to seamless ZnO nanoring structure
(p.7)

BIOTECH LARGESS

Rohm and Haas donates five-year-old RheoGene to Pitt Medical Center
(p.8)

KEEPING U.S. DOORS OPEN TO SCIENTISTS

House hearing looks at science student, scholar visa situation
(p.8)

SHINY LABELS FOR SURFACE MOLECULES

Fluorescence method detects tagged species with much-improved sensitivity
(p.9)

A WORST-CASE VIEW OF GLOBAL CHANGE

Defense Department report warns of "abrupt" global warming impact
(p.10)

EU LAUNCHES EMISSIONS LIST

New pollution database is similar to U.S. Toxics Release Inventory
(p.10)
 

Departments

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Government & Policy

U.S. space exploration plan gives NASA focused mission to return to the moon
(pp. 22-24)
Problems at Anniston facility persist, plaguing efforts to eliminate Cold War relics
(pp. 25-26)

Books

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Science & Technology

Technology platforms by themselves are no longer enough--now companies need products to generate value
(pp. 37-42)
(pp. 28-32)
Multigram quantities of anticancer marine natural product synthesized by Novartis Team
(pp. 33-35)
Synthetic method exploits liquid-crystalline order to form selective solid acid catalysts
(p.36)

Career & Employment

Forensic scientists analyze, interpret, and testify about trace pieces of evidence
(pp. 51-56)

Newscripts

(p.64)

Editor's Page

Letters

Letters(p.4)