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Articles from Canadian Chemical News (March 22, 2017)

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Drilling into Canada's petroleum history: the birth of Canada's oil and gas industry took place more than 150 years ago in southern Ontario. Lowey, Mark 1427
From the editor. Editorial 463
Global responsibility: Responsible Care, which was developed by the Canadian chemistry industry and subsequently adopted by 60 nations, brought about international standards related to manufacturing practices, environmental safety and industrial disaster preparedness. Diekmeyer, Peter 1565
New prescription: Canada first became a player on the international pharmaceutical stage when Frederick Banting and Charles Best developed insulin for diabetics in the 1920s. Lougheed, Tim 1607
Petrochemical heartland. Staley, Roberta 2485
Safeguarding the central science: key figures in the field reflect the past and the future of chemistry that, as McGill University vice-chancellor Suzanne Fortier says, will surely be amazing. Lougheed, Tim 1502
Simply the best: John C. Polyani of the University of Toronto says that our nation's "generous welcome to immigrants" plays a part in this nation's illustrious Nobel Prize in Chemistry history. Barss, Patchen 1255
Sparks of genius: Canadian universities have nurtured home-grown research that changed the world of chemistry forever. Barss, Patchen 1003
The Canadian discovery that sparked a global industry. Schwarcz, Joe 717
The greening of chemistry: chemists who can incorporate inherently safer design into every step of innovation--the essence of green chemistry--are the future. Reyes, Laura M. 1027
Women's world: female chemists and chemical engineers are making enormous contributions to science in Canada and around the world. Corless, Victoria 1920

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