It’s January 2018 in Iqaluit, Nunavut, and the temperature is -50C even before the wind chill. But cold is not the only danger....
Celebrating Canadians in the Periodic Table of Younger Chemists: Kelly Summers
Throughout 2019, the CIC will be highlighting the outstanding Canadian individuals featured in IUPAC's Periodic Table of Younger Chemists as part of our IYPT 2019 and IUPAC 100 celebrations.
First announced was Kelly Summers (copper, Cu), a PhD Candidate from the University of Saskatchewan and member of the Canadian Society for Chemistry, who is using synchrotron spectroscopy to investigate the role that metals play in Alzheimer’s disease.
Can. J. Chem. Eng. April issue now available
The April issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering is now available. This issue features 19 new articles; the Transport Phenomena, Fluid Dynamics and Thermodynamics and the Separation Processes subject areas are especially well-represented this month, with 5 papers each.
Highlights of this issue include a new Experimental Methods paper on contact angles from Polytechnique Montréal, research on how various aluminoxanes affect iron‐catalyzed ethylene oligomerization from Concordia University, and an article from Lakehead University on using CFD to determine the hydrodynamics of an activated sludge bubble column.