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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (May 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
'Rusty' catalysts advance renewable energy storage. 353
1961: Chemistry in Canada, January issue. Reprint 383
A good mix for innovation. Brief article 127
After 40 years, ChemEd comes home. 119
Alumina upended: a Quebec company's process for extracting alumina from clay is giving a 130-year-old process a run for its money. Lahey, Anita 2719
Carbon nanotubes could help mend broken hearts. 260
Cloak and ... umbrella? Schwarcz, Joe 615
Cold case: two Canadian facilities allow for controlled experiments on snowmelt and sea ice in an attempt to understand their role in the global transport of chemicals, from C[O.sub.2] to crude oil. Irving, Tyler 2302
CSC, CIC and CGCEN honour roll continues. Awards list 147
Errors & Omissions insurance available for professional chemists. 150
From the editor. Di Menna, Jodi Editorial 345
Glycan capture technique sheds light on cell surface proteins. 385
Gold & DNA simplify disease detection. 349
Gold-forming molecule identified in bacterium. 320
Hitting the road with Attraction chimique. 387
Human factor: when it comes to engineering solutions for the developing world, Bradley Pierik says there's no substitute for on-the-ground experience. Irving, Tyler Interview 1886
Is stiffer competition for research dollars a good thing for Canada? Andersson, Roland 605
New compounds fight drug-resistant flu viruses. 497
New extraction technique for functional foods. 368
New technique improves NMR spectroscopy. 343
Save the date. Brief article 103
Silence is golden. Fenwick, Mike Column 578
Social license will trump technological advancements in the chemical industry of the future. Fung, David T. 558

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