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Metro Regina - Saskatchewan invests $365,000 in research internships for graduate and international students

01 April 2014
Saskatchewan’s Education Ministry is investing a total of $365,000 into research internships for graduate and international students through the non-profit, national Mitacs program.An amount of...
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CKRM AM Regina - Saskatchewan graduate students get extra boost from the government

01 April 2014
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $365,000 in student research opportunities through Mitacs programs. The funding includes $225,000 for graduate research and development internships in...
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Georgia Straight - Incoming UBC president Arvind Gupta reinforces university's global brand

26 March 2014
UBC's next president, Arvind Gupta, still remembers the plane trip that brought him from the Indian state of Punjab to North America as a five-year-old boy in the late 1960s.His father, a chemist...
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Vancouver Sun - UBC's innovative new president

13 March 2014
A computer science professor with a reputation for putting students in jobs, partnering with industry, and attracting government funding in fiscally conservative times will be the University of B.C....
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Globe & Mail online - Arvind Gupta, innovation expert, named next president of UBC

12 March 2014
The University of British Columbia, one of Canada's largest universities, has found its new president on campus in computer-science professor Arvind Gupta.The expert on science and innovation...
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Vancouver Sun online - Arvind Gupta named next UBC president

12 March 2014
The University of British Columbia's next president will be Arvind Gupta.Current president Stephen Toope is leaving June 30 to become director of the University of Toronto's Munk School of...
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Nature Jobs - Canada needs managers

27 February 2014
The Canadian federal government is investing Can$8 million (US$7.3 million) over two years to tackle the country’s shortage of research and development managers. Mitacs, a nonprofit...
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Halifax Chronicle-Herald: Glue may help healing; Dal project testing adhesive for use in cranial, facial operations

27 February 2014
It's not superglue, but hot bone glue being developed in Halifax could make cranial and facial surgery simpler, quicker and more effective."It will bring a lot of comfort for patients,...
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