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You may still be harbouring the winter blahs, but this March-April issue of ACCN
will help banish them.
contributor Nicola Jones takes a look at Alberta's oil patch as the industry tries to find innovative ways to cope with the massive pollution problems created by bitumen tailing ponds and emissions.
news editor Tyler Irving's Chemical News section embraces the quirky to the practical, and everything in between.
Do you consider Integran a nanotechnology company?
respondents are relatively young, with 60 per cent under the age of 50.
Veteran science writer and ACCN
contributor Tim Lougheed also looks at the growing importance of medical isotopes in the early detection and diagnosis of diseases like cancer in his excellent story "Redemption Road for Radiation.
spoke with Ayotte for a sneak peak into the underground of the Olympic Games.
recently spoke with Arya Sharma, chair for Obesity Research & Management at the University of Alberta and scientific director of the Canadian Obesity Network, to see where chemicals figure in to this national epidemic.
spoke with Andrew Potter, the director and CEO of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) at the University of Saskatchewan, and an internationally recognized authority on vaccine development to get to the bottom of the question on many peoples' minds this flu season: Are vaccines safe?