ACCN, the Canadian Chemical News - November/December 2016

ACCN, the Canadian Chemical News - November/December 2016

ACCN (L’Actualité chimique canadienne) the Canadian Chemical News presents national stories from the chemical sciences and chemical engineering sectors. Published four times a year, ACCN features cutting-edge scientific discoveries as well as the latest innovations from industry. Insightful columns and breaking news stories embrace all aspects of the Canadian chemistry scene: its personalities and companies, government policy and academic breakthroughs. ACCN’s regular lineup of in-depth feature stories showcases the problem-solving abilities of chemists and chemical engineers and their embrace of the biggest challenges facing society today, from energy, food and water security to advances in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors.

Featured Stories

Our of Thin Air
Backed by heavy hitters like billionaire Bill Gates, Carbon Engineering, which recently opened its first demonstration facility in Squamish, BC, is showing the world that direct-air capture of CO2 is more than just a neat theory.

Vox, the popular United States media site, had an insightful column this past September about what the world needs to do if it has any hope of keeping planetary warming in check.

Watching Victor Snieckus dash around a classroom is enough to make you wish that you too...

A herring gull colony is no place for the faint of heart...

Columns

POLICY PUNDIT
GUEST COLUMN
CLASS DISTINCTION
INTELLECTUAL MATTERS
CHEMISTRY IN CANADA 1972