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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (November 1, 2013)

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1955 Chemistry in Canada, July issue. 396
A magical 50th anniversary at Carleton U. 106
Adenosine monophosphate confirms 'other double helix' theory. 374
Big oil cleans up its act: 'dry cleaning' the oil sands is just one of several new methods being used to clean up not only Alberta's environment but the oil industry's image. Jones, Nicola 1814
Blunt answers to lack of business innovation in Canada. Lennox, Bruce 645
Chemical 'primer' enables new molecular electronics. 413
Chemists find 23 more reasons to drink red wine. 342
Chen wins Catalysis Lectureship Award. 110
CIC advocates for student and research funding. 141
Culture shift: John McDougall is leading the National Research Council into the 21st century. Irving, Tyler Interview 1924
EnviroAnalysis 2013 joins the CIC fold. Conference news 414
From the editor. Editorial 389
Human urine teeming with chemicals. 329
Hydrophobic groups enable DNA nanocages to hold drugs. 455
It's a madder, madder, madder, madder world. Schwartz, Joe 639
Manganese may reveal metal-breathing bacteria. 388
Oil spill lesson. 134
Our National Museum of Science and Technology deserves a new home. Andersson, Roland 628
Patents must clearly identify the inventors. Fenwick, Mike 625
Phosphorus recovery plant opens in Saskatoon. 366
Save the date. Calendar 107
Students enjoy lectures in the great outdoors. Brief article 121
The Royal Society of Canada. 176
Two CIC board members elected to IUPAC. Brief article 108
Weapons of microscopic destruction: Canadian chemists are probing Mother Nature's secret laboratories in the search for disease-fighting molecules. Staley, Roberta 2135
Zinc phosphide nanoparticles could advance solar cells. 286

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