When it comes to information and chemistry, there is no shortage of challenges. Molecules carry information and communicate via collisions. If the chemist thoroughly understood the messages in amino acid sequences, he or she would be able to design proteins from the ground up. Further, comprehension of axon and neuron information at the molecular level would provide new insights into neurological therapy. Further still, understanding how the information stored in a virus ™uctuates over replication cycles would reveal new defense strategies. These are but three areas that are investigated internationally. The word information will be included in science press releases on and over the horizon.