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Sheridan opens new wing at Brampton campus
Brampton Guardian
Sheridan College formally opened a renovated student services area and a new 40,000-square-foot-addition at its Brampton, ON, campus. The multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion consolidates the campus's student services offices. Sheridan has to view students as customers as well as pupils, suggests president Jeff Zabudsky, adding that consolidating all the different student services departments in one area also helps those staff work better together.
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Agreement between Northern College and Queen's University in Kingston
Mining.com
Northern Ontario Business reports that the Northern College and the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at the Queen's University in Kingston have signed an agreement. The goal is to offer a Mining Engineering Degree program at Northern's Porcupine Campus.
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UMBC cybersecurity and biotechnology programs
Digital Journal
To meet the region's need for qualified cybersecurity and biotechnology leaders, UMBC will offer two of its Master's in Professional Studies programs in biotechnology and cybersecurity at UMBC at The Universities at Shady Grove. Interested students are encouraged to visit the campus.
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Nearly 40 per cent of employers hiring more college grads for jobs primarily held by high school grads, survey finds
Canada News Wire
According a survey conducted for CareerBuilder.ca, 36 per cent of responding hiring managers and HR professionals said they are hiring more employees with college degrees for positions that were historically held by secondary school graduates.
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Mobile first no longer enough for CIOs
IT World Canada
The mobile trend in the enterprise is no longer a mere technology innovation, but rather a fundamental shift in operating models, according to a recent report from management consulting firm Deloitte Consulting. "The explosion of smart phone and tablet adoption in the consumer world cannot be denied," wrote Mike Brinker and Shehryar Khan, principals at Deloitte.
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Years ago, Motorola engineer Martin Cooper credited as the inventor of the cellphone made the world's first public call from a mobile phone, choosing to get in touch with his rival in the race to create the device.
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Dark matter hints detected in space station experiment
CBC News
A $2 billion cosmic ray detector on the International Space Station has found the footprint of something that could be dark matter, the mysterious substance that is believed to hold the cosmos together but has never been directly observed, scientists say.
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Agreement between Northern College and Queen's University in Kingston
Mining.com
Northern Ontario Business reports that the Northern College and the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at the Queen's University in Kingston have signed an agreement. The goal is to offer a Mining Engineering Degree program at Northern's Porcupine Campus.

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Star Trek gadget may become real
Leader Post
Mike Lazaridis, inventor of the BlackBerry smartphone, is starting a $100 million quantum technology fund that's aiming to turn devices like the medical tricorder from Star Trek into reality.

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HP creates 3-D for mobile devices
CTV News
Researchers at Hewlett-Packard have developed a way to put glasses-free 3-D video on mobile devices with a viewing angle so wide that viewers can see an object more fully just by tilting the screen. Glasses-free 3-D is not unique.

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Will safety concerns slow nanotechnology drug delivery market growth?
Digital Journal
Research activities in healthcare have changed significantly in recent years. There has been a paradigm shift away from blockbusters drugs to a more personalized medicine approach. The focus is being placed increasingly on formulating drugs based on the individual's unique genome and immune response.
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General Electric to build oil and gas global research center in Oklahoma
MRO Magazine
General Electric announced that it will build a new Global Research Center in Oklahoma dedicated to driving innovation and technological advancements in the oil and gas sector and bringing products to market faster. The new facility, which is GE Research's first sector-specific Center, represents a $110 million investment by the company and will result in the creation of 125 high-tech engineering jobs initially, in disciplines ranging from mechanical and electrical to systems and software engineering.
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