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A green recovery does not need capitalism to thrive, says Concordia...

Bengi Akbulut believes there is a certain inertia when it comes to exploring alternatives to market-based...

TWU Researchers Seek to Prenict Cardiovascular Fitness Through Tracking Micro RNA

MicroRNAs play important roles in regulating gene expression, through directing what proteins each cell makes. Since their recent discovery in the 90s...

TWU Chemists Discover Greener, Safer, Cheaper Ways to Combine Molecules, Benefit...

The most reactive element on the periodic table is fluorine. In nature, fluorine is not found existing freely on its own until recently.

Nanoparticles show promise in defeating antibiotic-resistant bacteria, U of T researchers...

A new therapy developed by researchers at the University of Toronto may bring us one step closer to effectively killing deadly drug-resistant superbugs.

Lakehead University research team receives funding to explore the Midcontinent Rift

A Lakehead University researcher is receiving $300,000 from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and $150,000 from Clean Air Metals Inc.

Teaching the World’s Future Leaders With 30 Years’ Experience in Business...

Hyne-Ju Huizenga, is a Business Stream instructor and advisor for TWU’s Master of Arts in Leadership program, as well as an instructor for the International Degree Completion program.

Working at Western University

It takes a lot of great people to make a university great. During the busiest times in the academic year, more than 12,000 people work at Western.

Using analytics to improve decision-making

The Ivey Academy hosted an interactive webinar featuring Ivey Management Science professors Mehmet A. Begen and Fredrik Odegaard which laid the groundwork for the fundamental understanding of analytics.

Soil scientists at UBC Okanagan are digging into the challenge of...

Approximately one-third of the earth’s soils are already degraded from over-tilling, pollution and over-planting — and with more than 7.5 billion people relying on terra firma for food, soil degradation has become a critical issue.

Dobson Centre receives $3M gift to bolster entrepreneurship at McGill

As the McGill Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurship plans to scale up its programming, it has announced a new $3-million gift from the John Dobson Foundation...
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