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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (January 1, 2015)

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A slippery solution to some seriously sticky problems. Lougheed, Tim Report 622
An uplifting element: look, up in the sky, it's a helium-filled balloon, it's ... but first, look in the ground for this vital ingredient that serves a variety of sectors--with potential to serve many more. Lougheed, Tim 2017
Awards were presented at the Student Awards Banquet, held this past October at the 64th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference in Niagara Falls. Conference news 115
Battle of the nanotubes: carbon nanotubes have captured all the glory over the past two decades, but better manufacturing techniques are thrusting boron nitride nanotubes into the spotlight. Hamilton, Tyler 2030
Bug patrol. Staley, Roberta 2169
Demystify public misconceptions about chemistry. Fung, David 645
Don't make patent promises that you can't keep. Fenwick, Mike 693
Double, double, smoke and bubbles. Brief article 175
From the editor. Editorial 428
Functional materials conference draws industry, students and scholars. Conference news 127
High hydrochloric acid levels measured in stratosphere. Lougheed, Tim 338
It's all relative when rewriting oxidation state limits. Lougheed, Tim 415
Marking a major molecular milestone in Canada. Lougheed, Tim 348
More than 100 delegates attend new industrial chemistry conference. Conference news 143
Nanoparticles could relieve annoying dry eye syndrome. Lougheed, Tim 541
Nanoparticles improve chemotherapy treatment. Lougheed, Tim 355
National Chemistry Week passes the acid test in TO. Brief article 193
Niagara Falls a dramatic backdrop for chem conference. Conference news 383
Save the date. Calendar 103
Shoot for the stars. Calamai, Peter Interview 1135
Start your day with a big cup of pseudoscience. Schwarcz, Joe Column 715
The Chemists' War. 584
Unravelling the atomic puzzle of vanadium oxide. Lougheed, Tim 363

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