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Modern Drug Discovery, published by the American Chemical Society from 1998 to 2004, was distributed to 50,000 scientists in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Wedin has written feature articles and columns for this magazine, including: 

  • "The Human Genome: A Race to the Finish?" (Nov./Dec. 1998)
  • "SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms) are Serious Business" (Nov./Dec. 1998)
  • "Taming the Monster Haystack: The Challenge of Compound Management" (Jan./Feb. 1999)
  • "Bright Ideas for High-Throughput Screening" (May/June 1999)
  • "Visual Data Mining Speeds Drug Discovery" (Sept./Oct. 1999)

 

 

 
 

Chemistry is a magazine published for over 200,000 American Chemical Society Members, Student Affiliates, and those interested in learning more about the chemical sciences and the American Chemical Society.  The following articles focus on biotechnology and other issues at the interface of chemistry and biology:

 

Today's Chemist at Work, published by the American Chemical Society from 1988 to 2004, was distributed to 120,000 chemists and chemical engineers worldwide, primarily in industry.  The following articles focus on biotechnology, green chemistry, and other issues at the interface of chemistry and biology: