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Help Wanted for Eater's International Expansion

Once again, the Eater universe is expanding. While we have the dynamic food landscape of the United States (and Montreal, Canada) pretty well documented across 24 local city sites and the main site, much of the world still lacks the intense on the ground restaurant world coverage Eater is known for. Show More Summary

The changing ‘flavors’ of neutrinos win the Nobel Prize in Physics

Takaaki Kajita of University of Tokyo and Arthur B. McDonald of Queen's University in Canada have now won the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, which shows that neutrinos have mass. Continue reading ? The post The changing ‘flavors’ of neutrinos win the Nobel Prize in Physics appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded for Work on Neutrinos

Two scientists from Japan and Canada have won the Nobel Prize in physics for discoveries relating to neutrinos, which increased understanding of matter and the universe.

The Nobel Prize in Physics goes to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald for work on neutrinos

yesterdayHealth : The Checkup

On Tuesday, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Takaaki Kajita of the University of Tokyo and Arthur B. McDonald of Queen’s University in Canada. Kajita and McDonald are honored for their contributions to observations on the oscillations of neutrinos, which show that neutrinos -- previously thought to be massless -- indeed have mass.Read full article >>

New self-propelling powder can treat severe bleeding and heal wounds: researchers

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Researchers from the University of British Columbia in Canada have developed a potential new treatment to stop severe bleeding after trauma. It comes in powder form, and is made of particles that propel themselves against blood flow, delivering coagulants to difficult-to-reach places inside the...

Universal TB screening of immigrants to Canada costly, inefficient

Canada's blanket practice of screening all newly arriving immigrants for tuberculosis is highly inefficient and should focus on only those arriving from countries with high rates of TB, according to research.

Buttons, Sliders, and Touchpads All 3D Printed with PrintPut

[Jesse Burstyn] and some colleagues at Queen’s University and Carleton University (both in Canada) are delivering a paper at the INTERACT 2015 about PrintPut, their system for printing sensors directly into 3D printed objects. UsingShow More Summary

WATCH: South Park Absolutely Savages ‘Brash Asshole’ Donald Trump

last weekNews : Mediaite

As promised, South Park took on Donald Trump tonight. But in this alternate universe, he's already the utterly disastrous president of Canada.

Watch Justin Bieber Duet With Bryan Adams On ‘Baby’ [Video]

Oh, Canada! Justin Bieber and Bryan Adams performed “Baby” in Germany at the “Universal Inside 2015? conference on Tuesday. Later, the older superstar defended the Biebs at his Instagram page. More on that below. The unlikely all-Canadian...Show More Summary

Watch Justin Bieber Duet With Bryan Adams On ‘Baby,’ Oh Canada! [Video]

Oh, Canada! Justin Bieber and Bryan Adams performed “Baby” in Germany at the “Universal Inside 2015? conference on Tuesday. Later, the older superstar defended the Biebs at his Instagram page. More on that below. The unlikely all-Canadian...Show More Summary

HIV Vaccine Passes Stage 1 Human Trial

Medical Daily: A vaccine for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has proved successful in a Phase 1 clinical trial with no adverse effects in human patients, Sumagen Canada and Western University of Ontario announced today. The vaccine... Show More Summary

Global Quickies: Banned Books, Evil Spirits, and Indecent Handshakes

Categories: Feminism Quickies Religion Skepticism CANADA “The University of Toronto has increased campus security after allegedly receiving reports of a series of anonymous web comments urging readers to kill ‘feminists’.” NEW ZEALAND “An award-winning young... (Read more...)

Starbucks Canada Facing $1 Million Lawsuit From Former Barista Over Alleged Assualt

She says her supervisor physically assaulted and threatened her. A former Starbucks barista is suing the coffee chain for $1 million. According to the Toronto Star, 23-year-old Ryerson University student Shannon Mishimagi alleges that...Show More Summary

Wednesday Link List

Here’s what some people wrote about since we last linked: The picture of the little boy on the Turkish beach joins an elite collection of photographs that changed the world.  A Christian university in Edmonton, Canada is reaching out to one of the most infamous prisoners of the last decade.  The questions was simple: “Do […]

Ashley Callingbull Is The First Native Mrs. Universe

last monthNews : Huffington Post

Ashley Callingbull, a 25-year-old from the Enoch Cree Nation in Alberta, Canada, on Saturday became the first native woman and the first Canadian to ever win the Mrs. Universe pageant. The Mrs. Universe pageant (not to be confused with...Show More Summary

Married With Children: Canada Steals the Show at Mrs Universe 2015

Ashley Burnham from Canada was crowned Mrs. Universe 2015 on August 30 at an event which was held in the Belarusian capital of Minsk.

A Christian University That Forbids Gay Sex Is Fighting for a Law School in Canada

last monthNews : Vice News

A private Canadian university that forbids sex outside the confines of heterosexual marriage has taken its fight to set up a law school to court, in a case that is testing the balance between same-sex equality rights and freedom of religion. Show More Summary

Indie Label Veteran Names To Head Universal Music Canada

Universal Music Group announced that they have named independent label veteran Jeffrey Remedios as President and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Music Canada, effective September 21. Jeffery Remedios will succeed Randy Lennox as President and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Music Canada. Lennox has been appointed President of Entertainment Production...

Fran Fraschilla Believes Jamal Murray Will Flourish at Kentucky

last monthBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

By JOSH NEWMAN The Canadian National Team’s loss is the University of Kentucky’s gain when it comes to freshman point guard Jamal Murray. With Murray, an 18-year-old who exploded with Canada at the Pan American Games last month, not able to play for his country at the upcoming FIBA Americas Championships, attention now turns to […]

'In the Dark Places,' A Conversation with Peter Robinson

Photo: Harper Collins Peter Robinson is best known for his crime novels set in Yorkshire, featuring Inspector Alan Banks. After receiving a BA in English Literature at the University of Leeds, Peter came to Canada and received a Master's Degree in English and Creative Writing at the University of Windsor, where Joyce Carol Oates was his tutor. Show More Summary

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