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2018 Henry G. Friesen Annual Lecture

18Jan201816:00
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"Health Research in an Age of Borderless Science: How Can Canada Best Contribute?" /researchCategory: VP (Research and International Relations)

Gairdner National Program Lecture / La Conférence du programme national Gairdner

14Nov201717:00
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A Symposium of scientific excellence in biomedical research / Un symposium d’excellence scientifique en recherche biomédicale. Nuclear magnetic resonance, why bother?

Appointment of Prof. Martha Crago as Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation

Published: 3Jul2017

The office of Research and Innovation is pleased to announce the appointment of Prof. Martha Crago as Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation (VP-RI), with a term beginning July 1, 2017 and ending...

Does Chagas disease present a health risk to Canadians?

Published: 14Dec2017

Believe it or not, a tropical blood parasite native to Latin America could be harmful to Canadians. Infectious diseases like malaria or Zika may have dominated recent headlines but Chagas – the ...

American cities with large Hispanic populations are less likely to police the police

Published: 14Dec2017

How individual police forces treat those that they suspect of being illegal immigrants varies greatly from one city to the next in the U.S. In Albuquerque, New Mexico, the police department has a...

Borrowing a leaf from biology to preserve threatened languages

Published: 13Dec2017

One of the world’s 7,000 languages vanishes every other week, and half – including scores of indigenous North American languages -- might not survive the 21st century, experts say. To preserve as...

Being a musician can help you decipher language in loud environments 

Published: 11Dec2017

A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has shown that musical training helps people hear speech syllables in loud environments, and has shown how this happens....

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