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Counterfeit or mislabelled foodstuffs are problems that plague the food industry, and a professor at the University of Saskatchewan believes he’s found a way to eliminate it.
On the last Monday of each month, Carleton University music instructor Tim Bedner holds a Jazz Mentor Night at downtown club Café Paradiso to bring university students and Ottawa’s jazz experts together to perform.
New state-of-the-art facility will put cars through their paces – rain or shine.
Do students know what they’re really getting into when they go to university?
Revised document reflects challenges faced by social science and humanities researchers.
As director of animal care at Memorial University, Jennifer Keyte has the task of ensuring the ethical and humane treatment of her charges.
Gambling researchers try to raise awareness with university counsellors in Canada about the devastating consequences of gambling addiction.
Phreaks, renegades, subversives – all are fodder for sociology professor Gary Genosko as he makes his peripatetic way through our technoculture.
Take a Canadian company with a problem, add the expertise of a graduate student, and the result is a solved business problem and a grad with shop-floor experience. That is the simple math behind the fabulously successful MITACS.
A few people, perhaps a thousand a year, leave their body to medical science at Canadian universities. This is their story.