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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (September 1, 2015)

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1951: Chemistry in Canada. 289
A new window on the chemical mechanics of glass. Lougheed, Tim 475
Canadian universities need re-schooling: Wendy Cukier, vice-president research and innovation at Ryerson University, says that universities need to focus on the employability of their graduates. Calamai, Peter Interview 1077
Chemical renaissance: Ottawa's Canadian Conservation Institute uses cutting-edge analytical equipment to preserve old works of fine art as well as artifacts from Canada's more recent past. Lougheed, Tim 1845
Coffee chemistry--good to the last drop! Schwarcz, Joe 724
Company trade secrets a high-stakes game. Fenwick, Mike 693
Conference explores chemistry in a sustainable world. Conference notes 393
Cornfield of dreams: University of Guelph spinoff Mirexus says its nanosized glycogen particles, isolated in corn, offer a safer and better alternative in a market dogged by controversy. Hamilton, Tyler 2195
Fredericton hosts Atlantic science students for ChemCon 2015. 284
From the editor. Editorial 412
High school students capture bronze and silver in Azerbaijan. 182
Persuading molecules to behave in a responsible manner. Lougheed, Tim 373
Phosphorus a dark horse candidate to replace silicon. Lougheed, Tim 382
Power couple: University of British Columbia chemical engineering professor David Wilkinson is scaling up his innovative clean energy technology--a coupled C[O.sub.2] and wastewater treatment process that creates high-value chemicals for the fracking and oil and gas industries. Staley, Roberta 1988
Reciprocal agreements give multi-national chemistry members numerous benefits. Brief article 249
Save the date. Brief article 111
Sunlight plays key role in airborne aerosol gases. Lougheed, Tim 377
Synchrotron catches new glimpses of superconductors. Lougheed, Tim 358
Teach the chemical sciences like a superhero. Pitt-Lainsbury, Jennifer 690
Woolly mammoth diet elucidates modern climate change. Lougheed, Tim 418
Yeast-brewed opiates hold promise of cheaper drugs. Lougheed, Tim 364

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