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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (October 1, 2001)

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Alper establishes new award with $100,000. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 158
Bar codes to help drug discovery. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 227
Bayer and john deere spill the beans. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 141
Brief to house of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. (CIC Bulletin). Kenny, David 2374
Canada accredits SEI. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 208
Canada to be nanotech world leader. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 312
CIC & government relations: CIC members work hard to advance the chemical profession through countless hours of preparing strategies and briefs, and meeting with senior level government officials and MPS. (Executive Director's Column). Andersson, Roland 503
CIC announces new career services for members: Canada's sole chemical-related job search site will be officially launched in Halifax, NS at the Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference October 14-17. (Institute and Society Activities). Andersson, Roland 428
CIC members appointed to the order of Canada. (News Brief/Nouvelles en Bref). 560
Clear language from transport canada. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 187
CSChE awards announced. (CSChE Bulletin). 1329
Do warranties guarantee anything? (Chemputing). Silbert, Marvin D. 1398
Eagle's last flight: Forensics doesn't deal exclusively with human evidence. Wildlife offers clues, too. (Feature/Chronique). McClure, Mike 1887
Milestones of Canadian Chemistry: HOT WATER SEPARATION PROCESS FOR THE ATHABASCA OIL SANDS. Clark, Karl A. 360
National chemistry week/semaine nationale de la chimie. (NCW/SNC News). 106
Out of the Lab, Into the Home. 636
Personals/personnalites. 282
Researchers make key genome public on the internet. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 274
Serendipitous sleuthing: A forensic analyst and a chemist met on the street one day and their discussion changed the detecting business forever. (Feature/Chronique). Dalrymple, Brian 1569
Sweat prints could nail criminals. (Feature/Chronique). Jones, Nicola 441
Team building important to sections. (Local Section News). 113
The Case of the Burnt Bowls: or what you need to know to be successful in forensics. (Feature/Chronique). Ford, James 1602
The great phenol plot. (Chemfusion). Schwarz, Joe 774
U of T assures PhD funding. (News Briefs/Nouvelles en Bref). 420
Victor Grignard Ancestor of Organic Synthesis: Victor Grignard was a brilliant French chemist who became famous at age 29 for the discovery of the organomagnesium halides and their versatility in chemical synthesis. (Feature/Chronique). Newbold, Brian T. 3129
You May Not Know it, But You're Leaving A Digital Fingerprint: Burgeoning growth of inexpensive computer printers and significant improvements in print quality present serious challenges for forensic scientists. (Feature/Chronique). Oliver, John F.; Chen, Joyce 1706

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