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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (October 1, 2011)

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Artificial molecules harvest light energy. 351
Colour-changing crystals detect [O.sub.2] and CO. 278
CSChE and green winners announced. 324
DNA artisan: McGill University's Hanadi Sleiman looks to DNA as a template to pattern materials like nanotubes that act as smart delivery systems for therapeutics. Koepke, Melora 1365
From the editor. Staley, Robert Editorial 290
John Polanyi gets stamp of approval. Brief article 114
Magnetic implant could halt vision loss. Irving, Tyler 289
Ottawa announces new oil sands monitoring plan. 261
Persistent organic pollutants released in the arctic. 324
Protein-membrane anchors offer new cancer strategy: protein-membrane anchors have two domains; a 'key' domain which binds to some part of the target molecule, and an 'anchor' domain which is attracted to the non-polar cell membrane. A team from the University of Toronto Mississauga is using this strategy to block the STAT3 signalling pathway, which is implicated in certain cancers. Irving, Tyler 298
Simon Fraser University mourns chemistry professor. In memoriam 493
Sweetly healthy maple syrup. 329
Tailings termination: Murray Gray is leading a research network that seeks to eliminate tailings ponds of bitumen waste from the Northern Alberta landscape. Irving, Tyler Interview 1737
The quirky and convoluted history of cocaine. Schwarcz, Joe 832
The science versus public policy paradox. Polanyi, John C. Column 751
Upstick jungle: consumer advocates slam what they call a lack of government regulations pertaining to chemicals in cosmetics. Some call this fear mongering, pointing to a lack of data indicating that the chemicals in makeup, body lotion or sunscreen pose a threat to human health. Lougheed, Tim 2440

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