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RT @OmicsOmicsBlog: @kejames 11 years ago barcoding dean Dan Janzen proposed handheld instrument at meeting; everyone laughed.#NanoporeConf
The Banff Science Communications program is on the move and has landed at Beakerhead. Genome Alberta will be continuing our support of the program to encourage, train, and develop science communications across Canada.
The Banff Centre Science Communications Program has moved on and is now part of Calgary-based Beakerhead. Jay Ingram and his faculty remain at the helm and Genome Alberta continues its support.
BioTalent Canada Announces Winner of the 2016 ‘Catalyst’ Award for New Biotechnology Graduates | BioTalent Canada
OTTAWA, April 26, 2016 – BioTalent Canada today announced the winner for its first 'Catalyst' Award, for the young employee who contributed most significantly to their Canadian biotechnology employer in the past year. Mathieu-Marc Poulin of Delivra in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island was ...
A marine research ecologist at Dalhousie University says a new study is further proof we need to change the way we manage fisheries around the world.
Robb Fraley on Twitter: "From the mailbag: #Monsanto is bribing politicians in order to destroy the world’s food supply? Let’s dig in: "
From the mailbag: #Monsanto is bribing politicians in order to destroy the world's food supply? Let's dig in: http://bit.ly/21r7PeY · LinkedIn. Embedded image. If Monsanto Rules the World, It's Quite a Trick. Over the last year and a half, my LinkedIn pieces have provoked no shortage of comments ...
CALGARY — The family farm is going high-tech. From robotic milking machines to data-gathering drones, industry watchers say technology is making agriculture more precise and efficient as farmers push for increased profits and yields. “There’s a whole confluence of technologies that are adding a lot of value on the farm quickly,” said Aki Georgacacos, co-founder of Calgary-based Avrio Capital.
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