Science Invades the Magic Kingdom

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Science  19 Apr 2002:
Vol. 296, Issue 5567, pp. 462-463
DOI: 10.1126/science.296.5567.462

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA-- With nine major theme parks dominating the landscape here, fantasy reigns supreme. But nearly 14,000 chemists, materials scientists, and physicists tore themselves away from wild roller coaster rides long enough to present some 6500 papers. Among the highlights: a color-switching molecular motor, a novel scheme for improving hybrid organic-inorganic solar cells, and a safer way to make an antismog fuel additive that's more environmentally friendly than the most widely used additive, MTBE.