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Vol. 29 No. 3
May-June 2007

Contents    

From the Editor

Officer 's Column by David StC. Black

Stamps International by Daniel Rabinovich

Features
- Roald Hoffmann’s Should’ve: Ethics and Science on Stage
An Interview with Hoffmann Conducted
by Liberato Cardellini
- The Chemical Industry and Sustainable Development:
The Role of ICCA and SAICM
by Irina Dumitrescu
- Tools of the Trade: Assuring Quality of Analytical Measurement Results —the Role of IUPAC by Ales Fajgelj

Up for Discussion
- IUPAC Council Round Table Discussions—Topics for Torino Sessions, 10 August 2007

IUPAC Wire
- Margaret Brimble Wins Major International Award
- RSC Publishing Launches Project Prospect
- Call for IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists

Internet Connection
- DrugBank: An Internet Source for Drug Information
by John Proudfoot
- Free Information Resources for Chemists-update by Leslie Glasser

Provisional Recommendations - IUPAC Seeks Your Comments
- Glossary of Terms Related to Kinetics, Thrmodynamices and Mechanisms of Polymerization
- Glossary of Terms Related to Solubility
- Graphical Representation Standards for Chemical Structure Diagrams
- Structure-Based Nomenclature for Cyclic Macromolecules
- Future Conventions for NMR Chemical Shifts

Bookworm
- Biorefineries—Industrial Processes and Products: Status Quo
and Future Directions
reviewed by W. Reschetilowski
- Combining and Reporting Analytical Results

- Macromolecular Symposia—recent volumes 26
- Developments and Applications in Solubility

Conference Call
- Radical Polymerization—Kinetics and Mechanism by Philipp Vana
- Advanced Polymers for Emerging Technologies by Jung-Il Jin
- Green Chemistry by Fabio Arico
- Occupational Health and Safety Management in East Africa
by Kelvin Khisa

Where 2B & Y
- Asian Chemistry Education, 30-31 July 2007, Taipei, Taiwan
- Emerging Chemical Regulatory Environment - World Chemistry Leadership Meeting, IUPAC 2007 General Assembly, 10 August 2007, Torino, Italy
- MacroMolecular Complexes, 27–31 August 2007, Fukuoka, Japan
- Mendeleev Congress, 23–28 September, Moscow, Russia
- Physical Organic Chemistry, 30 September–5 October 2007, Córdoba, Argentina
- Food Security in Africa, 2–5 December 2007, Stellenbosch, South Africa
- Space Research, 13–20 July 2008, Montreal, Canada
- www.opcwacademicforum.org, 18–19 September 2007, The Hague, the Netherlands
- The Whole of Nature and the Mirror of Art, IUPAC 2007 Congress, 4-12 August 2007, Torino, Italy > view jpg

Mark Your Calendar
link to calendars of upcoming IUPAC-sponsored events

May-June 2007 pdf (2.69 MB)

Cover: Guilt by Martin Bolchover.
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