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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (April 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
Attracted to chemistry. 241
Bacterial polysaccharide could lead to HIV vaccine. Irving, Tyler 409
CIC and CSC 2012 award winners. Awards list 778
First satellite study of oil sands air pollution. Irving, Tyler 336
From the editor. Staley, Roberta Editorial 324
Gasification redux: a renaissance in gasification is brewing thanks to a partnership between The University of British Columbia and Nexterra Systems Corp. Staley, Roberta 1645
Murder most chemically foul. Schwarcz, Joe 765
Oxygen semiconducts at high pressures. Irving, Tyler 323
Porous titanium leads to improved implants. Irving, Tyler 326
Refined global warming estimates on the low side. Irving, Tyler 320
Sugar molecule may be key to Alzheimer's treatment. Irving, Tyler 280
The amazing gene machine: a look back at the Canadian roots of the biotechology revolution. Irving, Tyler Interview 1814
The future of Canada's chemical sector is bright. Moore, Emily Column 774
Vive la crop! Nanotech venture Vive Crop Protection of Toronto has developed a more eco-friendly way to keep pests, fungi and weeds out of farmers' fields. And that's just the beginning. Hamilton, Tyler 1541

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