Meet the National Office team: Claire Duncan

CIC MEMBERS

What do you do at the CIC? I am the production editor for The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. While guiding articles through the production process and compiling issues, I work closely with our authors and our typesetting team at Wiley. I sometimes copy edit articles, but more typically work on them once they have...

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Can. J. Chem. Eng. Year in Review

PUBLICATIONS
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Message from Editor-in-Chief, João B. P. Soares As 2019 comes to an end, I would like to thank all authors, reviewers, members of the International Advisory Board, and of the Editorial Board of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. The journal has a distinguished history of disseminating novel research and critical reviews in chemical engineering....

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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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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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Discover the publishing process: Initial submission

CAREERS & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This is Part 2 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. In the first story in this series, we provided some tips from our publishing experts on things like why you...

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Can. J. Chem. Eng. November Issue

PUBLICATONS

The November issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering is now available. It features the official announcement of our lectureship award winner, Prof. Arun Ramachandran from University of Toronto. This issue also includes a new mini-review from our Experimental Methods in Chemical Engineering special series, this time focusing on specific surface area and pore...

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Discover the publishing process: Early career publishing workshop

CAREERS & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering is starting a new series of CIC News articles providing an inside look at publishing for everyone in our chemical sciences community. As a society-owned journal, we want to provide our members with behind-the-scenes information about how publishing in a journal works, from the early stages of writing all...

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Early career publishing workshop

CONFERENCES

The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering is pleased to once again offer our Early Career Publishing Workshop as part of the student program at CCEC 2019. This session will feature presentations from our Editor-in-Chief, João B. P. Soares, and Mia Ricci, our Executive Editor with our publishing partner Wiley. You will learn how to incorporate...

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Take a quick conference overview

CONFERENCES

CIC graphic designer extraordinaire Krista Leroux has made it easy for you to navigate the busy itinerary of the upcoming Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, which takes place in Halifax from October 20-23.

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Can. J. Chem. Eng. October issue

PUBLICATIONS

The October issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering is now available. This issue features the official announcement of our Best Graduate Student Paper award winner, Khushaal Popli from University of Alberta, for his 2018 article “Development of a vision‐based online soft sensor for oil sands flotation using support vector regression and its application...

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Guts and glory

CHEMISTRY FOR HEALTH

Emma Allen-Vercoe touts her motto as “My microbes told me to do it”. The phrase captures the essence of her work as a professor in the University of Guelph’s Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, where she has spent more than a decade exploring the daunting biochemical frontier that makes up the human gut. This all too familiar part of our anatomy — which most of us would prefer to think of as a simple black box that turns food into feces — harbours an anaerobic environment known as the microbiome.

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