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PhytoChemia Acta

Discoveries

New Scientific Boardgame – Lab Wars

17 May 2017

Laurie Caron, Chimist, M.Sc. In february 2016, PhytoChemia has participed of Lab Wars’s kickstarter and became a sponsor of the game. We found that it was a great idea for promoting science and showing to the public that GC-MS, centrifuges, scientific publication and Nobel price could be very cool !       Our donation […]

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LiftCannabis – A canadian leader for news on medical marijuana

16 June 2015

Laurie Caron, Chemist, M.Sc. – Discoveries Since we obtained our Canadian licence to analyse medical marijuana, we connected to the businesses of this world. As with everything, news travel fast, and finding reliable references in this industry is not always an easy thing. Some companies like LiftCannabis stand out more than others. Lift has a high presence […]

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Plants vs. the World – Don’t Feed on Me

26 February 2015

Alexis St-Gelais, M. Sc., chimiste – Discoveries  Who’s affraid of goats, sheeps, horses and cows? Most Humans are not, since these animals are rather pacific and useful to us. But herbaceous plants and shrubs have plenty of reasons to hold great resentment toward these species, who consistently eat them. So what is a plant to […]

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Plants vs. the World

18 February 2015

Alexis St-Gelais, M. Sc., chimiste – Discoveries Climate can be rough around here, in Saguenay. With temperatures regularly dropping under -25ºC, February is way colder than the average, this year. Fingers get nimble very quickly, and the tip of your nose can freeze within minutes. Although this might not be comfortable every day for us, Humans, […]

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Discoveries – Horticulture Indigo: Biodiversity in your flower beds!

17 September 2014

Laurie Caron – Discoveries By chance last week, I made the discovery on the web from a Quebec company that specializes in the sale of native wild plants in Quebec. These Horticulture Indigo. Since 1994, they specialize in the production of native plants of Quebec and have to their credit over 250 species of seeds […]

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