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Out of thin air. Nov 1, 2016 2499
Silicon renaissance: Canadian researchers such as synthetic chemist Jonathan Veinot of the University of Alberta are exploring the vast potential of silicon through the development of nanocrystal-based applications. Sep 1, 2016 2192
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. Sep 1, 2015 2190
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. Jan 1, 2015 2025
Waxing poetic about plastics: global demand for wax is growing while supply is falling, creating big opportunities for GreenMantra Technologies and its novel wax-making catalyst. Sep 1, 2014 1854
Pure pursuit: hydrogen fuel production technology has been repurposed to destroy contaminants in wastewater, including hard-to-treat pharmaceutical compounds. Mar 1, 2014 1917
The power of spin. Jul 1, 2013 2157
Concrete cure for carbon: CarbonCure Technologies of Halifax injects C[O.sub.2] directly into concrete moulds, thus sequestering the greenhouse gas within the finished product. May 1, 2012 1580
Vive la crop! Nanotech venture Vive Crop Protection of Toronto has developed a more eco-friendly way to keep pests, fungi and weeds out of farmers' fields. And that's just the beginning. Apr 1, 2012 1541
Salt-lution: Vancouver's Saltworks Technologies has captured the attention of the desalination industry and a petroleum sector thirsty for solutions to water quality problems. Nov 1, 2011 1805
Fuelling clean energy: water purification pioneer Andrew Benedek is leading a biogas revolution in Ontario. Cover story Sep 1, 2011 2000

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