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HOLD YOUR NOSE: To food scientists and chemists who research the medicinal and health effects of garlic, the "stinking rose" has never smelled so sweet. Cover story Sep 22, 2017 1564
Green skies ahead: Canada's Biojet Supply Chain Initiative is working to integrate jet fuel derived from renewable sources into airport-fuelling infrastructure used by commercial airliners around the globe. Jun 22, 2017 2018
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. Mar 22, 2017 1607
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. Mar 22, 2017 1502
The new switcheroo: Queen's University chemistry professor Philip Jessop is using a switchable solute to drive a forward osmosis process for cleaning industrial wastewater. Jan 1, 2017 1705
Tiny fruit fly hairs inspire simplified spectrometers. Nov 1, 2016 679
Channelling Star Trek with a medicinal shot to the arm. Nov 1, 2016 517
Semiconducting nanotubes from electron-poor polymers. Nov 1, 2016 462
Novel switch architecture takes tiny temperatures. Nov 1, 2016 354
Curtailing inefficient semiconductor precursors. Nov 1, 2016 424
Chitin proves there's more to love about shellfish. Nov 1, 2016 517
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. Nov 1, 2016 1670
New algorithms designed to break the glass ceiling. Sep 1, 2016 544
Self-assembling macrocyclic molecules with chalcogens. Sep 1, 2016 383
Medical breakthrough comes in the blink of an eye. Sep 1, 2016 403
Batteries bolstered by taking their B2 vitamins. Sep 1, 2016 362
Isotopes Matter takes centre stage at conference. Conference news Sep 1, 2016 280
Siberian MOFs show nature still precedes nurture. Sep 1, 2016 655
Good spirits: micro-distilling facilities have cropped up across Canada as regulatory strictures have relaxed, creating new opportunities for chemists with a yen for brewing modern moonshine. Sep 1, 2016 2201
Brewing a new computer model for drug discovery. Jul 1, 2016 559
Hydroelectric station could generate methylmercury. Jul 1, 2016 662
Chemical hazards receive a communications update. Jul 1, 2016 448
Fungal furniture finds footing on university campus. Jul 1, 2016 393
The great fluoride debate: scientists are analyzing the ongoing public health impacts of removing fluoride from drinking water. Jul 1, 2016 2029
Cleaning up oil sands tailings with gamma irradiation. May 1, 2016 657
The farmer in the lab: renowned organic chemist Michael Organ is the new director of The University of Ottawa's Centre for Catalysis Research and Innovation. May 1, 2016 1880
Overcoming teaching challenges in organic chemistry. Mar 1, 2016 556
Greenhouse gases made to measure with new technology. Mar 1, 2016 630
Shedding new light on cholesterol in the bloodstream. Mar 1, 2016 384
Periodic table welcomes four new elements to the party. Mar 1, 2016 432
Bringing an artist's sensibility to molecular landscapes. Mar 1, 2016 415
Probing genomes to unearth new uses for old drugs. Mar 1, 2016 579
Cyber hack attack: the computerization of industry has made critical infrastructure highly vulnerable to malware--computer code designed to wreak havoc. Mar 1, 2016 2161
McMaster U's facilities earn Health Canada approval. Jan 1, 2016 545
Beryllium-aluminum alloy shoots for the stars. Jan 1, 2016 451
Borrowing biochemical bullets from a scourge's arsenal. Jan 1, 2016 408
When the growing gets tough, the tough get ... growing. Jan 1, 2016 437
Complex computer code tampers with telltale tailpipes. Jan 1, 2016 612
QReserve cultivating a shared economy for scientists. Jan 1, 2016 384
End of Keystone pipeline debate ends policy distraction. Jan 1, 2016 410
Green death: when a corpse isn't subjected to embalming and is buried without a casket, the body's own bacteria take over the role of decomposition, ensuring that we return to the earth as nutrients. Jan 1, 2016 1946
Velcro inspires new bonding system for 3D heart cells. Nov 1, 2015 647
A bit of fertilizer goes a long way at the top of the world. Nov 1, 2015 630
GreenCentre's scale-up capacity drawing US chemists. Nov 1, 2015 439
CSChE backs new process safety management standard. Brief article Nov 1, 2015 286
New portal identifies top-quality chemical probes. Nov 1, 2015 500
Simulating effect of radiation reduces lab hazards. Nov 1, 2015 505
New prescription: NEOMED Institute of Montreal is attracting both public and private investors to re-energize and streamline the drug discovery process. Nov 1, 2015 1686
Persuading molecules to behave in a responsible manner. Sep 1, 2015 373
Woolly mammoth diet elucidates modern climate change. Sep 1, 2015 418
Yeast-brewed opiates hold promise of cheaper drugs. Sep 1, 2015 364
Synchrotron catches new glimpses of superconductors. Sep 1, 2015 358
A new window on the chemical mechanics of glass. Sep 1, 2015 475
Phosphorus a dark horse candidate to replace silicon. Sep 1, 2015 382
Sunlight plays key role in airborne aerosol gases. Sep 1, 2015 377
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. Sep 1, 2015 1845
Shaken not stirred yields a new structure of zeolite. Jul 1, 2015 603
You can never be too thin: the five-decade-long odyssey of epitaxy has seen it go from laboratory curiosity to a workhorse material for everything from cell phones to lights and solar cells. Jul 1, 2015 1933
Mapping the frontiers of chemical confinement. May 1, 2015 563
Quirky boron aids understanding of thermodynamics. May 1, 2015 396
DNA has potential to detect new antibiotic compounds. May 1, 2015 328
"Gender bender" reversal for the fathead minnow. May 1, 2015 458
Tapping into an iconic symbol of Canadian cuisine. Brief article May 1, 2015 295
Teasing out magnetite's elusive hidden properties. May 1, 2015 354
Higher energy storage in lithium-sulphur batteries. May 1, 2015 423
Arsenic--a foe with many faces. May 1, 2015 2075
EAR spectroscopy assesses proteins' good vibrations. Mar 1, 2015 429
TRIUMF ramps up rare isotope output with ARIEL. Mar 1, 2015 479
Revving the engine of biology to solve complex problems. Mar 1, 2015 376
Smog tucks in for the night in the darnedest place. Mar 1, 2015 403
Paper platform holds promise for disease diagnosis. Mar 1, 2015 521
Algae show a taste for pollutants like heavy metals. Mar 1, 2015 395
CFI throws support behind electron microscopy facility. Mar 1, 2015 356
Chemical green screen: the Canadian Environmental Law Association and Clean Production Action developed a methodology called GreenScreen that ranks the relative safety of the chemicals found in everyday products. Mar 1, 2015 2062
A slippery solution to some seriously sticky problems. Report Jan 1, 2015 622
Nanoparticles could relieve annoying dry eye syndrome. Jan 1, 2015 541
Marking a major molecular milestone in Canada. Jan 1, 2015 348
Nanoparticles improve chemotherapy treatment. Jan 1, 2015 355
It's all relative when rewriting oxidation state limits. Jan 1, 2015 415
High hydrochloric acid levels measured in stratosphere. Jan 1, 2015 338
Unravelling the atomic puzzle of vanadium oxide. Jan 1, 2015 363
An uplifting element: look, up in the sky, it's a helium-filled balloon, it's ... but first, look in the ground for this vital ingredient that serves a variety of sectors--with potential to serve many more. Jan 1, 2015 2017
Polymeric links in ancient resin perplex researchers. Nov 1, 2014 523
Innovative technology could spell the end of toxic red mud. Nov 1, 2014 478
New technology promises to slake a mighty Yukon thirst. Nov 1, 2014 533
'Lazy man' mineral processing better for environment. Nov 1, 2014 349
Ordering of magnetic properties run hot and cold. Brief article Nov 1, 2014 252
Finding laboratory chemicals through the classified ads. Brief article Nov 1, 2014 264
Photonic chips the last frontier for fibre optics. Nov 1, 2014 341
What's the buzz? Cover story Nov 1, 2014 1892
Nanotech pares platinum to cut catalysis costs. Sep 1, 2014 510
Quest to sequester: Shell Canada's Quest project is poised to begin capturing up to a million tonnes of C[O.sub.2] in 2015 in an initiative that will sequester the greenhouse gas underground. Sep 1, 2014 1909
Energy solutions for the developing world. Jul 1, 2014 507
Glorious graphene: Grafoid Inc. in Ottawa is leading the global gold rush to refine and produce the hot new material graphene, whose rare combination of properties promises to open up new vistas in materials science. Jul 1, 2014 1480
Lead isotope ratios confirm earth's oldest mineral. Brief article May 1, 2014 315
Concrete solutions: Lafarge Canada is leading the charge to develop greener cement processing with the creation of a $9-million pilot facility to test the use of low-carbon fuels gleaned from waste materials like roofing shingles as a replacement for coal and petroleum coke. May 1, 2014 1508
Glass toughens up with lessons from Mother Nature. Mar 1, 2014 315
Small publication means big exposure for collaborators. Brief article Mar 1, 2014 266
Superconductors hang 10 riding the charge waves. Mar 1, 2014 362
Water testing for E. coli gets smart treatment. Mar 1, 2014 420

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