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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (November 1, 2016)

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1972 chemistry in Canada. 437
A synthesizing life: Snieckus Innovations, created by octogenarian Queen's University chemistry professor emeritus Victor Snieckus, has become a global go-to centre for corporations seeking chemical solutions to intractable, complex challenges. Lougheed, Tim 1670
Celebrating a chemistry conference centenary. Andersson, Roland Conference news 660
Channelling Star Trek with a medicinal shot to the arm. Lougheed, Tim 517
Chemistry career sparked by the sting of capsaicin. Schwarcz, Joe 710
Chitin proves there's more to love about shellfish. Lougheed, Tim 517
Conference celebrates sustainability and prosperity. Conference news 395
Curtailing inefficient semiconductor precursors. Lougheed, Tim 424
Flight risks. Staley, Roberta Cover story 2260
From the editor. Staley, Roberta Editorial 348
Greenspon's brain chain: in a world where work and research are increasingly unfettered by national borders, Canadian policy needs to shift to accommodate this new reality, says Public Policy Forum president Edward Greenspon. Calamai, Peter Interview 1027
Maritime CIC wows spectators at its Travelling Chemistry Cafe. 262
Never underestimate the importance of patenting. Fenwick, Mike 717
Novel switch architecture takes tiny temperatures. Lougheed, Tim 354
NRC celebrates its centennial. Brief article 183
Out of thin air. Hamilton, Tyler 2500
Queen's U and RMC host research poster day. 230
Renaissance man: Universite Laval's Antoine Marceau says that chemical engineering is key to Canada's economic prosperity. Staley, Roberta 627
Save the date. Calendar 139
Semiconducting nanotubes from electron-poor polymers. Lougheed, Tim 462
Tiny fruit fly hairs inspire simplified spectrometers. Lougheed, Tim 679
U of T commits to teaching green chemistry in classes. 121

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