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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (July 1, 2013)

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1962: chemistry in Canada, September issue. 362
Ancient fracture fluids could support life. 367
Biosynthetic artemisinin leads to cheaper malaria drugs. 356
Canadian chemistry contest winners. 172
Canadian chemistry in Kuwait. Brief article 151
Changes to NRC detrimental to long-term research. Webster, Barrie Letter to the editor 110
Chemical outreach through conversation--not ad campaigns. Andersson, Roland 589
Chemists need professional designation for the public good. Duncan, George Column 646
Chimie sans frontiers--chemistry without borders. Conference news 454
Divide between academia and industry narrows. Baird, Malcolm Letter to the editor 156
DNAzyme could silence bad genes. 353
From the editor. Editorial 403
High school teacher honoured with new award. 102
Humble acetone helped win the Second World War. Schwarcz, Joe 626
Inorganic meeting. Conference news 118
Iron-based catalysts could provide greener polymers. 369
Molecular motions captured via electron diffraction. 488
Molten solution. Irving, Tyler Interview 1860
NRC vital to fundamental research. Fanning, Robert Letter to the editor 136
Pfizer case proves disclosure is the best policy. Fenwick, Mike 637
Polymer glue could heal wounds. 300
Save the date. Calendar 106
Single-atom catalysts could improve fuel cell performance. 323
The many faces of bioplastics: the world of eco-friendly, recyclable plastics is more complex than it appears on its slick, shiny surface. Irving, Tyler 2128
The power of spin. Hamilton, Tyler 2162
World's largest green machine. 448

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