Can. J. Chem. Eng. December Issue Highlights

PUBLICATIONS

The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering’s final issue of the year, the December issue, is now available. It features seventeen new articles, including four from our Environment, Renewable Resources and Green Processes subject area. The first issue highlight, “Design and fabrication of non‐noble metal catalyst‐based air‐cathodes for metal‐air battery,” features research out of the National...

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2019 – Year in Review

CIC MEMBERS

As we launch our 2020 CIC membership campaign, we are creating a conversation around what membership means and how being a CIC member can help you grow, learn, connect, and recognize in your development as a chemical sciences professional. To give you a sense of what we do at the CIC, here is an update on the exciting initiatives and dialogues we have had over the last year.

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Discover the publishing process: Peer review

CAREERS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This is Part 3 of Can. J. Chem. Eng.’s Discover the Publishing Process series of CIC News stories. As a society-owned journal, we are offering our CIC community behind-the-scenes information on how journal publishing works. Read the other stories on publishing tips and initial submission. In this installment of Can. J. Chem. Eng.’s primer on...

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Meet the National Office team Hamish McPherson

CIC MEMBERS

What do you do at CIC? I am the Communications Coordinator. Among other things, I’m the one who assembles the bi-weekly newsletter that arrives in every member’s inbox. I also handle social media platforms, e-mail campaigns, and sponsorship for our two big conferences, CCCE and CCEC. How has your background led up to this work?...

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Trash becomes treasure for green chemistry group

CIC MEMBERS

Several dozen chemists and their colleagues spent a couple of hours one Saturday this fall cleaning up a west end park in Toronto as part of what can only be described as a Green Chemistry grassroots movement. The group descended on Trinity Bellwoods, near Dundas and Ossington, where they picked up some 15 kg of...

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