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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (November 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
"Let them eat flax!". Schwarcz, Joe 1031
Agrium Inc. Brief Article 83
Alfred Bader Scholarship winners. 427
Arkema Inc. 356
B. Mario Pinto, FCIC, began a five-year term as vice-president, research at Simon Fraser University (SFU) on September 1, 2004. Brief Article 255
Building capacity for innovation: a submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance 2004 Pre-Budget Consultation Presented by the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering, September 7, 2004. Andersson, Roland 1981
Canada hosts the 11th Symposium on the Latest Trends in Organic Synthesis. 333
Canada. Calendar 88
Charting the way for nanotechnology in Quebec: NanoQuebec implements Quebec's strategy to further develop nanotechnology. Willis, Clive 1040
CIC board of directors nominations (2005-2006). 1279
CSC board of directors nominations (2005-2006). 2003
CSC undergraduate student poster competition 2005. 129
Globetrotting pollutants turn up on city streets. 322
Have chip--will travel. Silbert, Marvin D. 932
L'Universite de Montreal. 182
Nano display technologies new meaning to "Flat Screen". Reprint 745
Nano facts vs. nano fiction: good science as the basis of good public policy in nanotechnology. Buriak, Jillian M. Cover Story 1883
Nanotech to supercharge the internet. 575
New player in Global chemicals. Brief Article 191
New uses for nanocrystalline nickel. 545
Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded. Brief Article 270
NOVA Chemicals goes south. 365
NSERC's Synergy Award for Innovation. Brief Article 152
Report on the 87th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition. Gordon, Myra 3384
Research in Canada--forecasting the future: with its minority government, the Liberals will now focus on commercialization while maintaining the strength of academic research. Andersson, Roland 499
Stairway to heaven: building a real elevator to space using paper-thin, carbon nanotubes. Johnson, Paul 823
The big idea behind small matters: nanotechnology, ethics, and scientific integrity. MacDonald, Chris 1849

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