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express
Ultrasounds pose autism risk during early pregnancy warns researcherstrimester if there is no medical need – you may be putting your unborn foetus a
Ultrasounds pose autism risk during early pregnancy warns researchers
express / Posted 22 hours ago
trimester if there is no medical need – you may be putting your unborn foetus at unnecessary risk.” But Professor Jim Dornan, from Queen’s University, Belfast, said: “Until there are more rigorous studies no conclusions can be drawn.”Related artic... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Free website for medical students a prescription for augmented digital learningto be short, fun and engaging so the information sticks,” said Dr. Sanjay Sharm
Free website for medical students a prescription for augmented digital learning
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
to be short, fun and engaging so the information sticks,” said Dr. Sanjay Sharma, a retina specialist and professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., explaining that the open-access website employs video lectures, whiteboard animations... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Students bring freshers' week chaos to Belfast Holylandsare inconvenienced by the situation in The Holylands.” Trouble in The Holyland
Students bring freshers' week chaos to Belfast Holylands
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
are inconvenienced by the situation in The Holylands.” Trouble in The Holylands area — where many students who study at Queen’s University, Ulster University and Belfast Metropolitan College live — has been an ongoing issue for almost two... Read more
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Farming Life
Medical students visit Rural Support and social farmFive students studying their third year of Medicine at Queen’s University Belfa
Medical students visit Rural Support and social farm
Farming Life / Posted 4 days ago
Five students studying their third year of Medicine at Queen’s University Belfast have visited Rural Support as part of their Rural Health module. The module is offered in association with the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) and aims to help future... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Tragically Hip tour raises more than $1M for brain cancer research in Canadasays the almost $400,000 in donations it has received will support Canadian Can
Tragically Hip tour raises more than $1M for brain cancer research in Canada
Calgary Sun / Posted 6 days ago
says the almost $400,000 in donations it has received will support Canadian Cancer Trials Group — which is based out of Queen’s University in the Hip’s hometown of Kingston, Ont. — as it tests new ways to treat or manage cancer. Downie revealed... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Tragically Hip tour raises more than $1-million for brain cancer researchsays the almost $400,000 in donations it has received will support Canadian Can
Tragically Hip tour raises more than $1-million for brain cancer research
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
says the almost $400,000 in donations it has received will support Canadian Cancer Trials Group – which is based out of Queen’s University in the Hip’s hometown of Kingston, Ont. – as it tests new ways to treat or manage cancer. Downie revealed... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Experts sound alarm as more schools put phys-ed on back burnerthese worrying trends, physical education continues to be treated as expendable
Experts sound alarm as more schools put phys-ed on back burner
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 days ago
these worrying trends, physical education continues to be treated as expendable, experts say. Earlier this year, Queen’s University made headlines following the announcement it will be suspending admissions to its Physical Health and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Wounded NDP exploring ways to raise cash, win back progressive votersa leadership contest happens, you see a rush of new members as all of the candi
Wounded NDP exploring ways to raise cash, win back progressive voters
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
a leadership contest happens, you see a rush of new members as all of the candidates try to sign up people,” said Queen’s University labour and history professor Christo Aivali. “While that happens, there’s usually associated donations.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The big data revolution: Will it help university students graduate?rates can have the perverse effect of channelling funds to selective universiti
The big data revolution: Will it help university students graduate?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
rates can have the perverse effect of channelling funds to selective universities, said Alan Harrison, the provost of Queen’s University. Queen’s attracts high-achieving high-school students and has the highest graduation rate in Ontario. “I... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Can big data analysis stop students from dropping out of university?rates can have the perverse effect of channelling funds to selective universiti
Can big data analysis stop students from dropping out of university?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
rates can have the perverse effect of channelling funds to selective universities, said Alan Harrison, the provost of Queen’s University. Queen’s attracts high-achieving high-school students and has the highest graduation rate in Ontario. “I... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Woodlot tour offers insightKennedy Field Station is a very distinctive place north of Tamworth at 669 Coun
Woodlot tour offers insight
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 9 days ago
Kennedy Field Station is a very distinctive place north of Tamworth at 669 County Rd. 15. Recently entrusted to Queen’s University, it is now used as a site for ground water studies. Join us and learn the history of the site and the... Read more
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Business Wire
Company Profile for MOF Technologies--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MOF Technologies, a spin out company from Queen’s University
Company Profile for MOF Technologies
Business Wire / Posted 9 days ago
--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MOF Technologies, a spin out company from Queen’s University Belfast, has developed a novel technique for the synthesis of MOFs, which is environmentally friendly, rapid and highly scalable, allowing cost-effective deployment of... Read more
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Irish Central
Did the Irish Famine trigger mental illness in future generations of Irish?for Medical Humanities and she works in research and funding initiatives with c
Did the Irish Famine trigger mental illness in future generations of Irish?
Irish Central / Posted 9 days ago
for Medical Humanities and she works in research and funding initiatives with colleagues from the University of Limerick, Queen’s University Belfast, University College Cork and the National Archives of Ireland. The potato blight that triggered... Read more
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Farming Life
Appetite for Growth conference – Driving innovation with big dataSysco’s Tony Brown looking at how data can be used more efficiently by the sect
Appetite for Growth conference – Driving innovation with big data
Farming Life / Posted 10 days ago
Sysco’s Tony Brown looking at how data can be used more efficiently by the sector. Dr Geoff Simmons, Senior Lecturer at Queen’s University Management School will deliver a session regarding ‘Customer Science’ company dunnhumby which advises... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Diffraction-Controlled Laser-Driven Proton Accelerationbeam of accelerated protons can be manipulated. The study involves researchers
Diffraction-Controlled Laser-Driven Proton Acceleration
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 10 days ago
beam of accelerated protons can be manipulated. The study involves researchers at Strathclyde, the Central Laser Facility, Queen’s University Belfast, the University of York and the Centro de Laseres Pulsados, Salamanca. The research is supported... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Runner shares her passionwhere she bettered her previous marathon run by 35 minutes. “It was a big impr
Runner shares her passion
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
where she bettered her previous marathon run by 35 minutes. “It was a big improvement.” Foisy, 32, ran competitively at Queen’s University, Georgian College, in high school in track and cross-country in distances from 1,500 metres up to... Read more
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Billboard
The Tragically Hip's Hometown Spreads The Love for Last Showguitarists Rob Baker and Paul Langlois; bassist Gord Sinclair; and drummer John
The Tragically Hip's Hometown Spreads The Love for Last Show
Billboard / Posted 19 days ago
guitarists Rob Baker and Paul Langlois; bassist Gord Sinclair; and drummer Johnny Fay formed the band in 1984 while at Queen’s University. They went on to release 14 studio albums, sell millions of copies, receive the Order of Canada, get their... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
My daughter is off to university and I hope she carries her EpiPen[A year ago, another first-year student, Andrea Mariano, died of anaphylactic s
My daughter is off to university and I hope she carries her EpiPen
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
[A year ago, another first-year student, Andrea Mariano, died of anaphylactic shock after ordering a smoothie on campus at Queen’s University.] The girl who died last year – that could happen at any university. But you know how they have... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Graduates face an unwelcoming job market when they get out of schoolto get a job.” It’s a similar situation for those who pursue graduate degrees,
Graduates face an unwelcoming job market when they get out of school
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
to get a job.” It’s a similar situation for those who pursue graduate degrees, said Chloe Grande, who graduated from Queen’s University in Kingston with an undergraduate degree in English literature. While she says her undergraduate degree... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Amalia’s 76th b-day bashOxford, England; University of Mumbai, India; University of Otago, New Zealand;
Amalia’s 76th b-day bash
Manila Bulletin / Posted 24 days ago
Oxford, England; University of Mumbai, India; University of Otago, New Zealand; University of Cape Town, South Africa; and Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland. FREE ENTRANCE: Today’s the best time to visit our National Museum. You can... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Program opens doors, eyesa part of, all the opportunities and all the people that I’ve met,” she told Th
Program opens doors, eyes
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 25 days ago
a part of, all the opportunities and all the people that I’ve met,” she told The Intelligencer. Ellis is heading off to Queen’s University and will be studying public administration. The good news is she’s hoping to pursue a career in the... Read more
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Irish Central
Easter Rising’s influence on Irish American culture to be examined at UMassleaders will participate in the conference, which will be presented by the UMas
Easter Rising’s influence on Irish American culture to be examined at UMass
Irish Central / Posted 28 days ago
leaders will participate in the conference, which will be presented by the UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships and Queen’s University Belfast on Wednesday, Sept 7 and Thursday, Sept 8 at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center. The public... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Where to find an executive MBA to suit your stylein an overseas trade mission to help Atlantic Canadian businesses succeed in em
Where to find an executive MBA to suit your style
The Globe and Mail / Posted 30 days ago
in an overseas trade mission to help Atlantic Canadian businesses succeed in emerging markets. Smith School of Business Queen’s University Location: Across Canada, with residential sessions in Kingston, Ont. Tuition: $98,000 Number of... Read more
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Psych Central
How Teens Learn to Manage Their Emotionswere able to manage rapid transitions between emotional states and the so-calle
How Teens Learn to Manage Their Emotions
Psych Central / Posted a month ago
were able to manage rapid transitions between emotional states and the so-called “emotional rollercoaster” of adolescence. Queen’s University researcher Tom Hollenstein and Jessica Lougheed explain that the study reflects a growing need to examine... Read more

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