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2015/03/03 23:16
2015/03/03 23:16
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SAN FRANCISCO - Ubisoft on Tuesday unveiled a tablet video game crafted as a prescription for a medical condition known as "lazy eye," blending the worlds of play and health care. Ubisoft senior...
2015/03/03 23:16
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2015/03/03 17:34
2015/03/03 17:34
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When you think Ubisoft, the first things that probably come to mind are dangerous assassins, cuddly Rabbids, and lethal covert operatives. But for its next project the French publisher is tackling a...
2015/03/03 17:27
2015/03/03 17:27
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Ubisoft is developing a game you’ll never be able to play without a doctor’s prescription. It’s called Dig Rush, and by using a pair of old-school, tinted 3D glasses, it may help treat Amblyopia, a...
2015/03/03 17:25
2015/03/03 17:25
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Between 2008 and 2012, Guillaume Dumas took courses at some of the best colleges in North America—Stanford, Yale, Brown, University of California Berkeley, McGill, and University of British Columbia,...
2015/03/03 13:08
2015/03/03 13:08
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Health inequalities in young people have grown alongside socioeconomic disparities between the rich and poor. In a paper published Tuesday in The Lancet, an international team of researchers led by...
2015/03/03 01:21
2015/03/03 01:21
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Is your satnav harming your brain? Scientists warn over-use of modern technology may be linked to memory loss and depression in later life Modern technology has taken the strain off our...
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2015/03/02 11:55
2015/03/02 11:55
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In a new study published in the Journal of Cell Biology, scientists show how a protein common in human cells appears to switch on metastasis in cancer cells. They suggest the discovery will help us...
2015/03/02 02:57
2015/03/02 02:57
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What should be Canada’s national bird? The loon? The snowy owl? The Canada goose? How about the Gray Jay. An online vote is underway to name a winner in time for Canada’s 150th birthday...
2015/03/01 01:29
2015/03/01 01:29
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Research has shown that people discharged from the review board system reoffend far less frequently than those released from jail or prison. Roughly 1 per cent of NCR offenders who were granted an...
2015/02/28 22:42
2015/02/28 22:42
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The study, published in the journal Ecology Letters, looked at more than 100 lakes in lowland and alpine areas of North America and Europe and found that populations of cyanobacteria -- also known as...
2015/02/28 15:28
2015/02/28 15:28
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If a new theory turns out to be true, the universe may not have started with a bang. In the new formulation, the universe was never a singularity, or an infinitely small and infinitely dense point of...
2015/02/28 00:58
2015/02/28 00:58
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MONTREAL — A Montreal judge is facing backlash after refusing to hear a Muslim woman's case due to her wearing a hijab. In an audio recording of a hearing obtained by CBC on Thursday, Judge Eliana...
2015/02/27 22:47
2015/02/27 22:47
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When looking across the river from Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., upon its Ontario twin, a large cross readily draws the eye. This obvious symbol of Christian, specifically Catholic, presence in the Sault...
2015/02/27 15:52
2015/02/27 15:52
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Global moves to improve the rights of indigenous communities over their local knowledge have largely failed, say experts. This has resulted in intellectual property rights (IPR) claims by indigenous...
2015/02/26 18:12
2015/02/26 18:12
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Sammy always knew that he would not be received with open arms by creating the first bilingual show in the province’s history, nor by by poking fun at the separatist movement – a sacred cow amongst...
2015/02/25 15:43
2015/02/25 15:43
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The Northumberland Orchestra and Choir are pleased to welcome Port Hope resident Kevin Fox as special guest for their Feb. 28 concert, entitled Storytelling. Fox's abilities as an instrumentalist,...
2015/02/25 02:21
2015/02/25 02:21
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Regular meals and an early bedtime can prevent mental illness say researchers - and they believe our bodies run on a four HOUR internal clock Say our bodies rely on a four hour cycle known as an...
2015/02/24 23:03
2015/02/24 23:03
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A bizarre study has revealed that men with index fingers shorter than their ring finger tend to be nicer to women. The study, at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, followed the social interaction...
2015/02/24 13:42
2015/02/24 13:42
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A prof at the Desautels Faculty, McGill University & an Associate Fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford University. For the last 10 years I have worked closely with Henry Mintzberg running...
2015/02/24 05:17
2015/02/24 05:17
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New, block-by-block assembly method could pave way for applications in opto-electronics, drug delivery Researchers at McGill University have developed a new, low-cost method to build DNA nanotubes...
2015/03/03 23:16
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