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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (January 1, 2013)

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1972: chemistry in Canada, January issue. Brief article 310
Bandage solution: a Canadian company is using its unique expertise in silver chemistry to create a new line of wound care products. Irving, Tyler 2010
Canadian Society for Chemistry (CSC): Board of Directors nominations. 1618
Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC): Board of Directors nominations. 1556
Chemistry cat takes the cake. 108
Computer model predicts hydrogen embrittlement. 291
Earth to table: on a sprawling site in Alberta's Heartland, Agrium--fertilizer giant and bulwark of the Canadian chemical industry--churns out a billion dollars a year of the humble chemicals that support the global food chain. Lougheed, Tim Company overview 2069
Electron microscopy reveals metal oxide surface features. 290
First standard for carbon capture and storage released. 288
For the record. Brief article 149
From the editor. Di Menna, Jodi Editorial 371
Gambling man: Mark Stradiotto's combination of intuition and luck have yielded commercial success in the chancy field of catalysis. Irving, Tyler Interview 1886
Hagfish slime reengineered into films, fibres. 329
High numbers of chemists suffer eye injuries: survey. 171
Human brain may harbour Alzheimer's therapeutics. 327
Marine sponge yields potential cystic fibrosis drug. 361
Mechanochemical reactions tracked in real time. Brief article 261
More joy for job hunters. 104
Nanotech strategy speeds up hunt for 'smart drugs'. 402
New award for biological and medicinal chemistry. 172
Pacific coast perfect conference place. 344
Raising the volume on our message. Andersson, Roland Column 586
Save the date. Calendar 114
The big business of ideas. Fenwick, Mike 538
The sound of silenced scientists. Carty, Bob 575
The vital amines. Schwarcz, Joe 568

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