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RT @ UofAPublicHlth: #ABJobs: Tenure-track faculty position in #PublicHealth at @uLethbridge : https://t.co/mSKOOeHvBJ #absci
The Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Lethbridge invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) tenure-track faculty position in Public Health at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor. If you possess a PhD or PhD near completion in the field of Public Health your application is of considerable interest to us. Demonstrated training and expertise in at least one core area of public health scholarship is required (environmental hea...
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How online news is being consumed summarized in four charts http://ow.ly/OjEz301hIK0 #journo
While publishers can reach vast audiences, monetizing readers comes with many challenges, new report shows
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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.
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MRT @LifeSciencesON: .@BioTalentCanada unveils 2016 Catalyst winner: Mathieu-Marc Poulin https://t.co/B3BUM18HKv https://t.co/C2bcSZ2yCV
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 ...
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University of Guelph and CBG doing a great job for #DNADayCDN live stream on now http://ow.ly/4mX7Kt
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It is Tau Day, and here are Scientific American 49 ways to celebrate the most perfect day of the year. http://ow.ly/UEHl301GCQ9 #scichat
June 28—6/28 or 28/6—is the most mathematically perfect day of the year. Celebrate by befriending a perfect number
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RT @ScienceMin: I announced the launch of #GoC's review of basic science support today! https://t.co/r5GYAJrQIY https://t.co/lHYzqaOVur
The Government of Canada understands the role of science in maintaining a thriving, clean economy and in providing the evidence for sound policy decisions. To deliver on this role however, federal programs that support Canada's research efforts must be aligned in such a way as to ensure they are strategic, effective and focused on meeting the needs of scientists first.
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RT @OmicsOmicsBlog: @kejames 11 years ago barcoding dean Dan Janzen proposed handheld instrument at meeting; everyone laughed.#NanoporeConf
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RT @IAmBiotech: These former Google and Twitter engineers want to bring genetic testing for cancer to the masses https://t.co/P1gMnPYgvK
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U of Alberta pushing fight against antibiotic-resistant bugs http://ow.ly/4n3Rw8 But lack of #absci funding holding it back.
"The pharmaceutical companies really don't have much business interest in pursuing antibacterial medications."
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Genome Alberta is a not-for-profit genomics research funder. We want to share genomics news with you.
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At http://genomicsnews.ca we provide a timely feed of life sciences information with an emphasis on the 'omics' science. As a not-for-profit research funder our home page of http://genomealberta.ca also serves to keep you up to date on the latest in genomics news with a Canadian flavour.