Get ready for ChemiSTEAM 2021

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Despite the cancellation of CCCE 2020 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the associated ChemiSTEAM – Putting the A(rt) in STEM competition ran in virtual format. The contest was organized by Vance Williams (Simon Fraser University) and Brian Wagner (University of Prince Edward Island), and enthusiastically supported by Louise Dawe (Wilfrid Laurier University), and multiple...

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CWIC My STEM Stories are going online

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The Canadians Working for Inclusivity in the Chemical Sciences, Engineering, and Technology (CWIC) Network, an MRG for the CIC, are premiering their My STEM Stories YouTube Channel on May 5 from 6 – 7 PM EST. Here, graduate students across Canada had the chance to tell a story about their experience working in STEM, and...

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Fast cars and lessons from the skating rink

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Donald Sadoway is a materials chemistry professor at MIT who studies the scientific underpinnings for technologies that make efficient use of energy and natural resources in an environmentally sound manner. The overarching theme of his work is electrochemistry in nonaqueous media. Sadoway recently spoke with CICNews editor Sharon Oosthoek in advance of his plenary presentation at IUPAC CCCE 2021 in August.

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Explore the May issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng.

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Don’t wait to explore the May issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng. as it features two new additions to our Established Leaders Special Series: “Process design of a continuous biotransformation with in situ product removal by cloud point extraction” by Oliver Fellechner and Irina Smirnova—our Editor’s Choice article this month—and “Regular solution theory applied to asphaltene related phase behaviour” by Harvey Yarranton, MCIC, and Francisco Ramos Pallares. This issue also features a new addition to our Experimental Methods in Chemical Engineering Special Series: “Experimental methods in chemical engineering: Barrier properties” by Martina Roso, Claire Cerclé, Abdellah Ajji, MCIC, and Gregory Patience, MCIC.

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