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IN THIS ISSUE 3 From the Editor:

“Use What You Need, but Need What You Use”

7 From the President: Leading the Band

8 Pennington Corner:

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Winter 2015

11 Honolulu, Hawaii

VOL. 24, NO.4 Winter 2015

PRiME Meeting Highlights

IN THIS ISSUE 3 From the Editor:

The Fall of the Falling Mercury

7 From the President:

Fast Forward to 2051!

9 Phoenix, Arizona

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Electrochemistry and the Olympics

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Will Save the World

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A New Frontier in Personalized Health Care

65 Lithium-Ion Batteries—

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The 25th Anniversary of Commercialization

Organic Halides by Electrogenerated Nickel(I) Salen

67 Batteries and a Sustainable

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79 Smartphone-Based Sensors 109 National Harbor, Maryland Call for Papers

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Evolution … Revolution

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the Phone System More Reliable: Battery Research at Bell Labs

59 Tech Highlights 61 Additive Manufacturing and Electrochemistry

63 Additive Manufacturing for Electrochemical (Micro)Fluidic Platforms

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ECS Advertising Insertion Order and Contract (2 of 2 pages) ECS Advertising Terms and Conditions General Advertising Policies • All advertisements are subject to ECS’s approval. ECS reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertisement that does not meet ECS’s standards, at any time and for any reason. • All advertisements are accepted and published on the representation that the advertiser or agency is properly authorized to publish the entire contents thereof. The advertiser or agency will indemnify and hold harmless The Electrochemical Society against expenses (including legal fees) and losses resulting from publication of the contents of the advertisement including without limitation, claims or suits for libel, violation or right of privacy, copyright

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Cancellations: No cancellations accepted after closing date. All cancellations must be made in writing, and are not considered accepted until confirmed in writing by ECS. Cover and special-position advertising are noncancelable.

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