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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (May 1, 2011)

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A tailings tale: Suncor claims to have completely reclaimed an oil sands tailings pond, a first for the 44-year-old industry. But is it enough to coax nature back to normal? Jaremko, Gordon Cover story 2015
Ardent administrator: how Suzanne Fortier's unmistakable enthusiasm for Canadian science began with a passion for solving the "beautiful puzzles" of the structure of matter. Calamai, Peter 1309
Canoe versus Oceanliner; bigger isn't always better: big pharma's heyday for discovering new drugs is waning, but small, agile, biotech startups could fill the breach. Irving, Tyler Interview 1830
Colder stratosphere leads to thinning arctic ozone. Irving, Tyler 339
From the editor. Di Menna, Jodi Brief article 195
Keeping it Green. 241
Magnetic microcarriers can steer drugs toward a target. Irving, Tyler 273
New permanent coating clears foggy lenses. Irving, Tyler 253
One reason why Fukushima is not Chernobyl: seafood. Wiles, Don 552
Over 4000 chemicals human blood. Irving, Tyler 303
Phosphorus troubles return to the Great Lakes. Irving, Tyler Brief article 300
Quebec puts the brakes on shale gas. Irving, Tyler 336
Sniffing out a landmark compound. Schwarcz, Joe 730
Students aglow with excitement for IYC. 346
Xenon dioxide hay help to solve one of earth's mysteries. Irving, Tyler Brief article 337

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