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Some essentials on coexisting with carnivores

Coexisting with carnivores can be a challenge, but their value makes it worthwhile, as Professor John Vucetich and Professor David Macdonald explain

The development of low-permeability hydrocarbon resources

Professor and NSERC/Chevron Industrial Research Chair, David W. Eaton, talks about the need to ensure hydrocarbon resources are developed responsibly

Polar vortices and their interactions

What are polar vortices, and how do they influence the rest of the atmosphere and climate system? Johns Hopkins University’s Professor Waugh explains

The dilemma of over diagnosis of pancreatic cysts

Dr. Annabelle L. Fonseca et al explain the problems created by current medical guidelines for diagnosing pancreatic cysts

Good marine health remains a challenge due to climate change

Climate change and marine health are intrinsically linked. Open Access Government’s Ciara Ruane explains how the National Science Foundation supports both
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Innovation is necessary to create clean, efficient energy

Open Access Government highlights how the US Department of Energy is streamlining energy use to improve economic efficiency and provide clean energy.

Childhood cancer trends: how to interpret new findings

Dr Eva Steliarova, Scientist at IARC’s Section of Cancer Surveillance explains how research results can be used to reduce the burden of cancer in children

Image-guided surgery as an emerging treatment for lung cancer

Sumith A Kularatne, Vice President of Research & Development at On Target Laboratories discusses the scope of image-guided surgery in treating lung cancer

Huntington’s disease: Understanding the impact

Jennifer Simpson of the Huntington’s disease Society of America highlights the disease and how there is still a long way to go before it can be truly understood

NSERC: Advancing science and technology in Canada

Open Access Government’s M F Warrender highlights the work being undertaken by NSERC to pioneer scientific advancement in Canada
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Creating a highly skilled workforce for the future

Ontario’s Ministry of Education shares why a highly skilled workforce is vital for progression and how this is being encouraged in the province

Creating a modern transportation network for Canada

Marc Garneau, Minister for Transport in Canada outlines the importance of the transportation network for Canadian communities as well as the economy

Drug development for cancer and inflammatory disease

Sumith A Kularatne, Vice President of Research and Development at On Target Laboratories shares the research strides he has made in drug development

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