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A new theory of how much kidney function is enough
Memorial University of Newfoundland | November 10, 2006
An article published today (Nov. 11) in the December issue of the journal Nuclear Medicine Communications proposes a new theory of the need for kidney function....[continue]

CLS and French Synchrotron SOLEIL Sign Agreement at the U of S
University of Saskatchewan | October 12, 2006
The Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan signed a memorandum ofunderstanding with the new French Synchrotron SOLEIL, during a special ceremony held at the University October 5th....[continue]

University of Calgary unveils multimedia lab with $100,000 donation from NBC Universal Canada
University of Calgary | September 12, 2006
The Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Calgary will open its new, state-of-the-art multimedia laboratory today thanks to a $100,000 gift from NBC Universal Canada....[continue]

Professors elected to Royal Society of Canada
McMaster University | August 8, 2006
Two McMaster professors, Jamal Deen and Adam Hitchcock, have been selected as Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada by the Academies of Arts, Humanities and Sciences of Canada....[continue]

UW researcher promotes health in osteoporosis and chronic conditions
University of Waterloo | August 1, 2006
People suffering from osteoporosis will benefit from work carried out by a researcher in the University of Waterloo's faculty of applied health sciences....[continue]

Eight new Canada Research Chairs announced U of T’s total now 223
University of Toronto | July 19, 2006
The new chairs were announced July 19 by Maxime Bernier, minister of industry and minister responsible for the Canada Research Chairs program....[continue]

Paint-on semiconductor outperforms chips
University of Toronto | July 12, 2006
Finding has enormous value for communications, imaging and monitoring applications...[continue]

London Imaging Discovery Forum
University of Western Ontario | June 15, 2006
Helping astronauts use diagnostic ultrasound in microgravity is just one of the research presentations being made Saturday, June 17 at the first annual London Imaging Discovery (LID) Forum....[continue]

Deanne Farrar is first woman to receive UW's Graham medal
University of Waterloo | June 14, 2006
Deanne Farrar, senior vice-president of Bycast Inc., will be the first woman to receive the J. W. Graham Medal in Computing and Innovation....[continue]

CSI at the CLS: Forensics Highlighted at Canadian Light Source Users' Meeting at the U of S
University of Saskatchewan | June 7, 2006
Television's CSI sleuths use cutting-edge technology to help solve their weekly crimes, but they haven't used a synchrotron - yet....[continue]

A Magnet for the Nation: NRC, uOttawa houses Canada's most powerful magnet
University of Ottawa | June 1, 2006
Today, the Government of Canada in partnership with the University of Ottawa and the provinces of Quebec and Ontario officially opened the $15 million NRC W.G. Schneider Building. Named after nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) pioneer and former NRC President, Dr. Schneider, this unique building accommodates two NMR facilities – home to a critical mass of 5 spectrometers....[continue]

Alberta Synchrotron Institute Pioneers "Research by Remote Control" at Canadian Light Source at the U of S
University of Saskatchewan | May 4, 2006
Researchers across the country will soon have access to the Canadian Light Source synchrotron at the University of Saskatchewan right from their desktops thanks to an ultrafast computer link pioneered by the Alberta Synchrotron Institute (ASI) at the University of Alberta and CANARIE, Canada's advanced Internet development organization....[continue]

Of Interest
University of Western Ontario | May 2, 2006
As thousands of students head home for the summer, Western is making an extra effort to pick up the trash that is left behind. In an attempt to reduce furniture that goes to the landfill, a furniture exchange was held on campus for the first time....[continue]

New Director of Business Development Joins Canadian Light Source at the University of Saskatchewan
University of Saskatchewan | April 3, 2006
New Director of Business Development Joins Canadian Light Source at the University of Saskatchewan...[continue]

Province Provides Over $6 Million to U of S for Synchrotron Beamline
University of Saskatchewan | March 20, 2006
The following news release was issued by the Government of Saskatchewan.Province Provides Over $6 Million for Synchrotron Beamline...[continue]

SaskTel Rings Up $1 Million in Support for U of S and RUH
University of Saskatchewan | March 3, 2006
SaskTel today announced $1 million in support of the University of Saskatchewan and the Royal University Hospital Foundation....[continue]

Illuminating brain disorder could save lives
University of Toronto | December 14, 2005
MRIs can diagnose rare disorder caused by illicit drug use...[continue]

CLS Signs Agreement with Australian Synchrotron
University of Saskatchewan | December 14, 2005
The Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Australian Synchrotron in Melbourne intended to promote collaborative opportunities between the two facilities....[continue]

UW workshop on mathematics of medical image processing called a 'success'
University of Waterloo | November 10, 2005
A University of Waterloo (UW) workshop held Oct. 21-23 on the future direction of medical imaging was termed a resounding success by a wide range of health professionals and researchers from across North America and Europe....[continue]

UW receives provincial funding for 33 research projects
University of Waterloo | November 1, 2005
Designing computer algorithms as well as improving highway pavements and discovering new genes are just three of many University of Waterloo projects that will benefit from more than $6.2 million in Ontario government funding announced locally last week....[continue]

UBC’s Fred Kaiser Building Opens, Engineering Expands
University of British Columbia | September 15, 2005
Engineering teaching and research dramatically expands with the new Fred Kaiser Building at UBC. With $22 million in funding from the provincial government and a $4-million donation from the Kaiser Foundation for Higher Education, the building is part of an expansion of Faculty of Applied Science facilities on the Vancouver campus....[continue]

Canada’s Newest Medical School Opens its Doors
Lakehead University | September 13, 2005
Canada’s first new Medical School in a generation was opened today in high-tech fashion by Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty following a telemedicine roll call to more than 10 far-flung communities that will be involved with the new School....[continue]

Van Gogh the subject of inaugural Cummings Lecture at St. Jerome's
University of Waterloo | September 8, 2005
A tormented artist, disdained by his peers only to become a celebrated icon of the 20th century, is the subject of the inaugural Laurence A. Cummings Lecture in Cultural History at St. Jerome's University....[continue]



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