Copyright © 2005 American Chemical Society
 

May 30, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 22
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May 30, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 22
Researchers find that processes run in microreactors open doors to more efficient and novel chemistry useful for fine chemicals and intermediates
By Ann M. Thayer, C&EN Houston
(pp. 43-52)
Features
Science & Technology
Target of ubiquitous plant hormone and related herbicides identified  
Science & Technology
Scientists gather at Department of Energy workshop to identify basic research priorities (pp. 35-37)
Back Issues
 
SPEEDING UP PROCESS DEVELOPMENT
Parallel experimentation tools help process chemists optimize manufacturing routes
(pp. 54-61)
KNOW THY PROCESS
Regulatory push for process analytics sets new goals for pharmaceutical manufacturing
(pp. 63-67)
 

News of the Week

Auxin's Action Explained

Target of ubiquitous plant hormone and related herbicides identified
(p.11)

Expanding Stem Cell Research

House passes bill to fund expansion of human embryonic stem cell research
(p.12)

Thriving On Arsenic

Scientists discover a new microbe that uses arsenic for respiration
(p.12)

A New Way To Fight Bacteria

Inhibitor blocks biosynthesis of key bacterial iron-scavenging agent
(p.13)

Rules Aim To Curb Infections Disease

World Health Organization requires immediate notification of outbreaks
(p.14)

Vision-Loss Drug Eyes Success

Genentech's new drug yields positive results, moves markets
(p.14)

Stable, Chiral Polyoxometalates

Potential uses include microporous solids, inorganic drugs, catalysts
(p.15)
 

Departments

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Science & Technology

NEW SOFTWARE AND WEBSITES FOR THE CHEMICAL ENTERPRISE
(pp. 40-41)
Parallel experimentation tools help process chemists optimize manufacturing routes
(pp. 54-61)
Regulatory push for process analytics sets new goals for pharmaceutical manufacturing
(pp. 63-67)
Researchers find that processes run in microreactors open doors to more efficient and novel chemistry useful for fine chemicals and intermediates
(pp. 43-52)
Scientists gather at Department of Energy workshop to identify basic research priorities
(pp. 35-37)
President of Royal Society of Chemistry is heading campaign for chemistry in the U.K.
(p.38)

Editor's Page

Letters

Letters(pp. 8-9)