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  • GMOs restore lost carbon sinks in natural forests

    “Until recently, Canadian forests were a [carbon] sink, according to the Canadian Forest Service,” reports the David Suzuki Foundation. Now those forests are emitting more carbon than they're taking out of the atmosphere. Here is how genomics can help convert them back to carbon sinks again.

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    GMOs restore lost carbon sinks in natural forests

    “Until recently, Canadian forests were a [carbon] sink, according to the Canadian Forest Service,” reports the David Suzuki Foundation. Now those forests are emitting more carbon than they're taking out of the atmosphere. Here is how genomics can help convert them back to carbon sinks again.

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    Alberta’s Curriculum going into a review process

    Preparing our students for success!

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    The Flu – I got the shot

    Who is at risk? Perhaps you!

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    Advances in Organ Transplants Save Lives

    As organ transplants become more commonplace, more donors are needed

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    Nickle at Noon - Campus Collections Pecha Kucha

    Using museum collections to enhance teaching and learning

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    Government of Canada to invest in genomic applications projects

    $6 Million in federal funding for new genomics applications projects across Canada

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    Ryerson University opens new Faculty of Science Research Facilities at MaRS

    Cell biology, biochemistry, microbiology and environmental toxicology have all found a new research home in Toronto

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    Rock Hard Science

    It’s not Beakerhead, but for Canmore, it’s close.

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