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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (November 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
1969: Chemistry in Canada. Company overview 468
A bit of fertilizer goes a long way at the top of the world. Lougheed, Tim 630
Autism linked to molecules from the human gut. Schwarcz, Joe 730
CIC heads west to boost chem student engagement. 214
Co-ops give engineering grads a career boost. Moresoli, Christine 666
CSC accreditation bolsters students' chemistry undergraduate programs. Brief article 282
CSChE and CGCEN announce the 2015 award winners. Brief article 148
CSChE backs new process safety management standard. Lougheed, Tim Brief article 286
Cutting-edge discoveries outstrip patent laws. Fenwick, Mike 682
From the editor. Staley, Roberta Editorial 435
Get smart. Calamai, Peter Interview 1139
GreenCentre's scale-up capacity drawing US chemists. Lougheed, Tim 439
Mapping science's post-election future in Canada. Dufour, Paul 642
New portal identifies top-quality chemical probes. Lougheed, Tim 500
New prescription: NEOMED Institute of Montreal is attracting both public and private investors to re-energize and streamline the drug discovery process. Lougheed, Tim 1686
Oil industry aiming for zero greenhouse gas emissions. 424
Queen's University debuts First Annual Poster Day. Brief article 303
Reflections on 19 years of leadership at the CIAC. Paton, Richard 706
Save the date. Calendar 103
Simulating effect of radiation reduces lab hazards. Lougheed, Tim 505
The big chill: making NHL hockey ice is a combination of engineering, chemistry and artistry. Staley, Roberta 2262
Velcro inspires new bonding system for 3D heart cells. Lougheed, Tim 647
Worth its salt? Terrestrial Energy Inc. aims to bring innovation to the staid nuclear industry with its unique design for integrated molten salt reactors. Irving, Tyler 2186

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