Dennis Klug is a researcher at the National Research Council's Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences in Ottawa.
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SIMS stands for Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences (National Research Council, Canada)
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Klug of the Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences in Ottawa, Ontario, computed the effects of high pressure on an aluminum phosphate lattice.
Three years ago, a group led by Gerardo Diaz-Quijada at the NRC's Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences was asked to develop a more effective chemical sensor for formaldehyde, a toxic compound that often leaches out of building materials.
Six are appointed by the Canadian Society for Chemistry and three by the Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences within the National Research Council Canada (NRC).
A light reception took place, and students were invited to a tour of the NRC Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences.
Before his appointment to the Institute for National Measurement Standards, Lusztyk directed the chemical biology program at NRC's Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences.
Recently, Robert Wolkow and his colleagues at the Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences in Ottawa, ON, reported the self-directed growth of potentially conducting molecular styrene lines on a hydrogen terminated silicon surface using STM (2).
In 1996, he joined the Organic Reaction Dynamics group at the Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, National Research Council, Ottawa, ON, as a research associate working on bioorganometallic conjugates.