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UW Hagey lecturer, Seymour Hersh, to talk about U.S. policy in Middle East
University of Waterloo | October 23, 2006
Acclaimed journalist Seymour Hersh will discuss the role of the United States in the Middle East during a public lecture at the University of Waterloo next month....[continue]

Scientist Awarded $180,000 Space Fellowship
St. Mary's University | October 18, 2006
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) announced this morning that a Saint Maryís University professor has received a Fellowship in Space Science....[continue]

Introducing Media@McGill...presenting Seymour Hersh
McGill University | October 17, 2006
Reporting legend helps unveil media and communications policy centre...[continue]

TRU teaches in Chile
Thompson Rivers University | August 14, 2006
What does Chilean government policy have to do with a Canadian university?...[continue]

Laurier Announces 2006 Hall of Fame Inductees
Wilfrid Laurier University | August 4, 2006
Wilfrid Laurier Universityís Golden Hawk Hall of Fame continues to grow with a number of outstanding athletes and individuals to be inducted during Homecoming weekend festivities in September....[continue]

Baby 'planemos' can be born as twins: U of T astronomy breakthrough Discovery of planetary masses in orbit of one another thrills astronomy community
University of Toronto | August 3, 2006
A team led by a U of T astronomy professor is challenging an existing theoretical model and thrilling the astronomy community with its discovery of a seven-Jupiter-mass companion next to a planemo, or planetary mass object, only twice as heavy...[continue]

New light shed on forgotten composer and pianist
University of Toronto | July 11, 2006
Professor brings one of the most influential Chilean artists, Alberto Guerrero, out of the shadows...[continue]

Researchers at York receive $3 million from SSHRC
York University | June 15, 2006
York university researchers have been awarded almost $3 million in funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)....[continue]

St. John River Focus of UNB International Study
University of New Brunswick - Saint John | June 13, 2006
It will be much more than a scenic tour for a group of students and guest speakers....[continue]

Sea Hunter Earns PhD in Archaeology at SFU
Simon Fraser University | June 13, 2006
World renowned maritime archaeologist James Delgado, co-host of The Sea Hunters television program and executive director of the Vancouver Maritime Museum, says heís a much better archaeologist now that he has completed his PhD in archaeology at Simon Fraser University....[continue]

New study suggests 'planemos' may spawn planets and moons
University of Toronto | June 5, 2006
Discovery on miniature solar systems blurs the definition of 'planet'...[continue]

UPEI Physics Students to Work in World-Class Research Labs
University of Prince Edward Island | April 12, 2006
This summer, seven of UPEIís thirty physics majors are heading to British Columbia to take job placements in two high-profile research labs....[continue]

Pancakes, Art Supplies Top Winners At Student Competition
University of Guelph | April 4, 2006
Nutritious soy pancakes and biodegradable art supplies were among the top winners at the 10th Anniversary of Project SOY (Soybean Opportunities for Youth) and the third annual Guelph Creative Recycling Initiative (GCRI) finale....[continue]

Trent University Sponsors Public Talk on Women on Death Row in the United States
Trent University | March 21, 2006
The Departments of Women Studies, Political Studies, and Sociology at Trent University, along with the Elizabeth Fry Society of Peterborough, are pleased to be sponsoring a free public talk by Kathleen O'Shea, a social worker and former nun who researches female offenders with an emphasis on women on death row, on Thursday, March 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the Peterborough Public Library....[continue]

Studentís Software Tool Reduces Information Overload: Will Vie for International $20k Business Plan Prize
University of British Columbia | February 16, 2006
Canít find the computer file you just closed?...[continue]

International Watershed Conference Attracts International Experts
University of New Brunswick - Saint John | February 16, 2006
The St. John River runs some 700-kilometres in length, offering a link to day-to-day living, recreation and plenty of hurdles within New Brunswick to keep it clean....[continue]

Laurentian historian reviews the presidency of Gerald R. Ford
Laurentian University of Sudbury | December 22, 2005
Although Gerald R. Ford's term as American President was the second briefest of the 20 th century (August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977), major developments that would change the world took place during his 895 days in office. In 895 Days that Changed the World: The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford , published by Black Rose Books, Laurentian University history professor Dr. Graeme Mount redefines Mr. Ford's contributions in world politics and place in American history....[continue]

Was Einstein's 'biggest blunder' a stellar success?
University of Toronto | November 22, 2005
New study links physicistís cosmological constant to mysterious dark energy...[continue]

Lakehead U Vice-President (Research) Announces Tri-Council (SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR) Representatives
Lakehead University | November 4, 2005
Lakehead Universityís Vice-President (Research), Dr. Rui Wang, has announced the Universityís new Tri-Council representatives....[continue]

UBC Researcher Seeks Solution to Largest Mass Poisoning in History
University of British Columbia | October 21, 2005
A UBC geological engineer is looking for ways to alleviate daily arsenic poisoning of up to 80 million people in Bangladesh and India....[continue]

Laurier students get firsthand look at democratic challenges in Siberia
Wilfrid Laurier University | September 12, 2005
From Breslau to Siberia: Today, Meghan Snider will leave her small town far behind and set out for the Russian city where the last czar was murdered....[continue]

Education heavyweights to gather at U of T for first time
University of Victoria | February 1, 2005
A minuscule, flexible mirror not much bigger than an eye pupil now being tested by University of Victoria engineers will one day help astronomers peer at distant galaxies and watch stars being born....[continue]



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