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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (September 1, 2014)

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1960: chemistry in Canada, September issue. 371
Breath-fresh strips inspire new platform for vaccines. 328
Chemist Mario Pinto new head of NSERC. 435
Chemistry delegates get summer schooled in Toronto. Brief article 175
From the editor. Staley, Roberta Editorial 382
Hydrogen is an energy currency, not an energy source. Bunce, Nigel Letter to the editor 646
John Vlachopoulos. Brief article 112
Nanotech pares platinum to cut catalysis costs. Lougheed, Tim 510
Nurturing a new crop of nanomaterial specialists. 334
Oil sands phase-out may be Canada's greatest contribution to the world. Harrison, Kathryn 651
Primitive survivor of the seas surrenders slimy secrets. Conference news 430
Quest to sequester: Shell Canada's Quest project is poised to begin capturing up to a million tonnes of C[O.sub.2] in 2015 in an initiative that will sequester the greenhouse gas underground. Lougheed, Tim 1909
Raman spectroscopy provides high-tech clues to Group of Seven's Lawren Harris art mystery. Staley, Roberta 995
Running interference: Tekmira Pharmaceuticals in British Columbia is a global leader in RNA interference (RNAi) drugs, which can silence or eliminate the production of disease-causing proteins from cells, enabled by a patented lipid encapsulation technology. Staley, Roberta 2081
Scientists need to protect their discoveries with patents. Fenwick, Mike 598
Things to know. 332
Waxing poetic about plastics: global demand for wax is growing while supply is falling, creating big opportunities for GreenMantra Technologies and its novel wax-making catalyst. Hamilton, Tyler 1857
Western gathering of chemists at UVic. Brief article 127
When no further testing is needed. Schwarcz, Joe 638

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