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October 24, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 43
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October 24, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 43
New antimalarial drugs are needed to ensure that effective and affordable treatments continue to be available and are not lost to parasite resistance
By Ann M. Thayer
(pp. 69-82)
Features
Science & Technology
World's first molecular car zips about on fullerene wheels (p.13)
Science & Technology
The chemical underpinnings of friction, wear, and lubrication are discussed at conference (pp. 51-59)
Back Issues
 

Cover Story: Fighting Malaria

Preventing Malaria
Vaccine development already has taken decades, but recent clinical results show hints of progress
(pp. 85-95)
 

News of the Week

'Extreme NCW Tour' Launches in Puerto Rico

ACS president to visit 14 local sections in 10 days, keep online 'blog'
(p.1)

High-Tech Focus For 'Extreme National Chemistry Week Tour'

ACS president's journey features blogging, podcasting, Internet radio
(p.1)

Lyondell Won't Restart TDI

Hurricane Rita's damage contributes to decision to shut plant
(p.1)

Nanocar Rolls Into Action

World's first molecular car zips about on fullerene wheels
(p.13)

Antiseptic Soaps Under Scrutiny

FDA to assess whether household use leads to bacterial resistance
(p.14)

Gold Promotes Green Oxidation

Gold catalysts can be tuned for selective oxidation of hydrocarbons
(p.14)

DNA's Twist

X-ray structure supports facile conversion between right- and left-handed DNA
(p.15)

Hurricane Data Tell A Story

Latest numbers from the government begin to show storms' effects on chemical industry
(p.16)

Roche May Grant Tamiflu Licenses

Cipla intends mass production of antiviral to supply India and other countries
(p.17)
 

Departments

Education

Universal design strives to teach students with different learning styles
(pp. 96-98)
Interdisciplinary group of Research Experiences for Undergraduates site directors offers advice to NSF
(p.99)

Science & Technology

New Software and Websites for the Chemical Enterprise
(pp. 66-67)
Vaccine development already has taken decades, but recent clinical results show hints of progress
(pp. 85-95)
New antimalarial drugs are needed to ensure that effective and affordable treatments continue to be available and are not lost to parasite resistance
(pp. 69-82)
The chemical underpinnings of friction, wear, and lubrication are discussed at conference
(pp. 51-59)
Peer-reviewed paper arguing for the uncertainty of radiometric dating raises anticreationist hackles
(pp. 60-61)
Bulky groups enable macrocycles to pack as nanocubes rather than columnar stacks
(pp. 62-64)

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