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Fall Convocation 2006 Award Recipients Announced at U of S
University of Saskatchewan | October 27, 2006
Each year, the University of Saskatchewan honours those whose achievements benefit people at home, nationally and internationally. This year's award presentations will take place at Fall Convocation on Saturday, October 28, 2006....[continue]

"Transit-Bots" to Compete at Annual UBC Engineering Physics Competition
University of Alberta | August 2, 2006
Event: Students in summer Engineering Physics course design "transit robot" transportation solutions for Vancouver Olympics...[continue]

Commuter challengers win VIA Rail tickets
McMaster University | July 11, 2006
Canadians from over 150 communities across the country walked, biked, took transit, carpooled or worked from home as part of the National Commuter Challenge in June....[continue]

Garland to head nuclear Network
McMaster University | June 1, 2006
There has been so much buzz lately around McMaster's nuclear facilities you can't help sensing that a nuclear renaissance is on the horizon....[continue]

UBC / Canadian Blood Services Researcher Invents Device to Boost World Supply, Quality of Blood Platelets
University of British Columbia | January 31, 2006
Cancer and open-heart surgery patients, disaster victims, organ or bone marrow transplant recipients, and others who require life-saving blood platelet transfusions will benefit from equipment invented by a researcher at the University of British Columbia’s Centre for Blood Research (CBR)....[continue]

Nature publishes UW researchers' work on quantum information processing
University of Waterloo | November 23, 2005
Researchers from the University of Waterloo's Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), in a paper published in Nature, have taken a major step forward in finding out how to make quantum information processing devices more powerful than today's computers....[continue]

Biography - Claude Lajeunesse Ph.D.
Concordia University | October 21, 2005
Dr. Claude Lajeunesse is President of Concordia University, a modern comprehensive university whose highest values are diversity, accessibility and excellence....[continue]

York U to award honorary degrees to "Hurricane" Carter and Thomas Brzustowski at fall convocation
York University | October 12, 2005
York University will confer honorary degrees on justice activist and former pro boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, and leading scholar, research advocate and administrator Thomas Brzustowski, during its fall convocation ceremonies, Friday, Oct. 14 and Saturday, Oct. 15, 2005....[continue]

Brzustowski named first RBC Professor at the University of Ottawa
University of Ottawa | October 7, 2005
Tom Brzustowski (Bruss-TOFF-ski), former President of NSERC, was named the first Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Financial Group Professor in the Commercialization of Innovation thanks to a $750,000 investment from RBC Financial group....[continue]

UBC Students Build Space Elevator for NASA Competition
University of British Columbia | October 6, 2005



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