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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (September 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
Budding business. Boyce, Gordon A. Letter to the editor 141
Burning questions: perfecting the process of making biofuels is not enough. We need machines that can efficiently burn them. Researchers in McGill's Alternative Fuels Lab are figuring out what the next incarnation of the combustion engine will look like in the age of biofuels. Duval, Sylviane 1269
Calixarene tool kit can read epigenetic codes. 333
Canadian research disproves arsenic-based DNA. 340
Ethics radar pinging. Buriak, Jillian Letter to the editor 342
From the editor. Di Menna, Jodi Editorial 270
How sweet it is. Schwarcz, Joe 689
Indium catalysts improve b iopolymer synthesis. 425
Making molecules matter. Crudden, Cathleen Column 801
Neutralizer assay improves biological sensing. 352
No trend in Athabasca fish mercury levels: government study. 299
Pateamine A could combat muscle wasting. 300
Save the date. Calendar 110
Small time: the big risks and big expectations of a small drug company in small-town New Brunswick. Lahey, Anita 2086
Tryptophan technique illuminates protein folding. 356
Waning of the wonder drugs: with bacterial resistance on the rise, where will we get the drugs of the future? Irving, Tyler Interview 1876
Wither are you going, DFO? Zitko, Vladimir Letter to the editor 523

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