Can. J. Chem. Eng. April Issue is now available

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The April issue of Can. J. Chem. Eng. is now available! Be sure to check out the two latest additions to the Established Leaders Special Series: “History of nitroxide mediated polymerization in Canada” by Milan Marić and “The role of inherently safer design in process safety” by Paul R. Amyotte, FCIC, and Faisal I. Khan,...

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The Story of CO2

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University of Toronto chemists team up to tell us why we need not fear this small molecule Geoffrey Ozin leans in close to his computer’s camera as he warms to his subject –- the many products that can be made with waste CO2 captured from industrial processes. “Aspirin!” exclaims the University of Toronto materials chemist....

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Increasing impact for Can. J. Chem. Eng.

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The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, in partnership with the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering and Wiley, is proud to announce that our impact factor has increased to 1.687. Impact factor is a metric designed to assess on average how many citations an article published in a specific journal might expect to see. Clarivate analytics...

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Can. J. Chem. Eng. Embraces Transparent Peer Review

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Have you ever been frustrated by how hidden the process of scientific publishing can be? You know all of the hard work that goes into creating publishable work, but so much of the work that happens behind the scenes after your article has been submitted to a journal can seem opaque. We previously shed some...

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