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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (October 1, 2004)

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A drop to drink. Brief Article 266
A Meeting of the Minds--part 2: report on the 2004 CSChE-PSM Summer Institute. Amyotte, Paul; McCahill, Patti 2456
Balancing act: Canada shares its patented pharmaceuticals with the world while balancing the needs of public health and private rights. A close inspection of the Jean Chretien Pledge to Africa Act. Ripley, Daphne C. 1966
Barley bioproduct is the cat's meow. 365
Big boo$t for composite materials. 413
Can you see what you're doing? Silbert, Marvin D. 916
Choosing hype or hope? The politicization of stem cell research. Rossant, Janet 1783
CIC. Brief Article 144
Common ground: is ISO 14001 supplanting Responsible Care[R] in the realm of environmental ethics? Chartrand, Harvey F. 1262
Danger of on-line drug deals. Brief Article 139
David Dolphin, FCIC, was honoured at the American Chemical Society's Heroes of Chemistry event held in Philadelphia, PA on August 22, 2004. Brief Article 156
Dominic Rochefort. Brief Article 89
Dynamic duo and their unique lab. 372
Ethics and social responsibility in the life sciences. Williams-Jones, Bryn 1705
Events / Everements. Calendar 186
Hello Dalai: the following is an excerpt from an address given by the Dalai Lama at a special convocation ceremony April 27, 2004 at which he received an honorary degree from the University of Toronto. He was honored for his spiritual leadership and commitment to the non-violent liberation of the Tibetan people. 431
High marks for animal care and human study ethics. 442
Industrial pollution plan. Brief Article 169
Just say no to sharing prescription meds? Brief Article 297
Open for business: Regina's NRC-IRC Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure Research. 845
Paul Li, MCIC's tiny lab-on-a-biochip has caught the attention of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Brief Article 203
Strictly strychnine: one person's drug is another's poison--depending on the dose. Schwarcz, Joe 1040
The chemical industry in Canada in 2020: a futuristic look at what chemistry could be. West, Bernard 667
This year's winner of the 2004 Analytical Chemistry Division Graduate Student Award in Honour of Douglas E. Ryan is Michael Bogan, MCIC, from Simon Fraser University. Brief Article 156
Wasted expertise. Mellor, Colleen 1762
Will my strawberries glow in the dark? Is it right to expose food to radiation? Does "cold pasteurization" disguise the nature of the disinfection process? Ethical issues surrounding labelling of irradiated foods ... Mikelsons, Larisa; Scaiano, J.C. 1458

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