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Tough labour market for job-seeking graduates
Academica Group
This year's crop of PSE graduates are likely going to experience difficulty finding entry-level employment, according to several Canadian economists. Calling the graduates the outsourced generation, the economists discussed the tendency of large corporations to hire other companies to do many of the jobs that used to be in-house opportunities for new graduates.
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First official alumni association at New Brunswick Community College
Academica Group
As part of its 5-year strategic plan, New Brunswick Community College has announced the formation of the first official alumni association. With 84 per cent of 70,000 graduates since 1973 remaining in the province, NBCC recognizes the valuable contributions that alumni have made to the local economy and culture.
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Moon telescope to offer new views of Earth and space
CBC News
A telescope that is set to launch to the moon in 2015 will allow the public to go on the Internet and view the Earth from the lunar surface. The privately funded telescope, known as the International Lunar Observatory precursor was designed and built by Moon Express.
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Bosch announces global system integration partnership with HCL Technologies
National Post
Bosch Software Innovations, the software and systems division of the Bosch Group, announced a global strategic business relationship with HCL Technologies. The partnership aims to accelerate delivery of innovative and scalable software solutions and reduce time-to-market across multiple industries with a specific focus on High Technology and Manufacturing sectors.
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Study evaluates impact of nanotechnology innovation for improving electric vehicle lithium batteries
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Lithium batteries used to power plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles show overall promise to fuel these vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but there are areas for improvement to reduce possible environmental and public health impacts, according to a cradle to grave study of advanced lithium batteries recently completed by ABT Associates for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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Protecting 3D printing designs and objects
Forbes
The popularity of 3D printing has been increasing dramatically while the prices for such printers have been rapidly decreasing. In addition to toys and gadgets, real-world practical uses include a virtually unlimited number of potential devices and replacement parts for the aerospace, automotive, medical, military and other industries. Not surprisingly, this relatively new technology has raised many legal issues.
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Tough labour market for job-seeking graduates
Academica Group
This year's crop of PSE graduates are likely going to experience difficulty finding entry-level employment, according to several Canadian economists.

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Foldable computers and smartphones?
Latinos Post
The world of computing is bending in completely new directions, literally. A research team from Northwestern University has announced in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters that it has developed a type of ink that could lead to inkjet-printed graphene.

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First glimpse of Google Glass apps shows what headsets can really do
Electronics Weekly
Ready to wear a computer on your face? Google thinks you are. The company's Glass headset seeks to bring wearable computing into the mainstream, but what will the average person do with it?

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Chris Hadfield has helped tie technology to human meaning
Montreal Gazette
During these past few months, we watched reports from space by Chris Hadfield. The advances made in the last 50 years make one's head spin, and progress in science will increase at a faster rate in our immediate future. However, what struck me most about Hadfield's time in space was how he connected with the humanity in each of us on Earth.
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Push on for petroleum coke study before Keystone pipeline gets OK
CBC News
A U.S. congressman is calling for a complete health review of petroleum coke before Washington approves the Keystone XL Pipeline. Michigan Representative Gary Peters claims that one third of the cheap, combustible carbon byproduct, used mainly in overseas power plants, comes from the Alberta oilsands.
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5 ETFs to tap the biotechnology sector
ETF Daily News
With increasing health care spending and insatiable demand for new drugs, the biotechnology sector looks poised for good growth going forward. Furthermore, the U.S. biotech sector represents an attractive investment opportunity thanks to increased M&A activity, helping the sector to be one of the top performers in 2012.
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