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Councillor wants more tech training
The Prince George Citizen
Albert Koehler is hoping that when city representatives head down to the Union of B.C. Municipalities conference, they'll be going to support one of his ideas. During the recent meeting, city council will vote on a recommendation from the intergovernmental resolutions committee to advance a request supporting new technology and engineering programs in post-secondary schools.
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This is Canada's polytechnic moment
The Globe and Mail
For the first time in decades, the country is engaged in a vigorous debate about how the postsecondary education system can best meet the needs of the Canadian economy. Governments and business have sparked the national discussion with their complaints about shortages of career-ready graduates. On the other hand, Canadians protest the importation of temporary and immigrant workers to fill jobs that employers claim Canadians will not, or are not qualified to, take.
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Good Technology increases support for Microsoft to drive continued mobile adoption across the enterprise
Digital Journal
Good Technology, the leader in secure mobility, announced increased support for Microsoft customers in the release of Good for Enterprise for Windows Phone 8, a key component of the Good Collaboration Suite. With this announcement, the company delivers on the promise of an even broader, more comprehensive mobile platform strategy, supporting Microsoft Exchange on-premise and cloud-based environments with Exchange Online through Office 365.
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Japan robot ready for space conversation experiment
Winnipeg Free Press
The world's first space conversation experiment between a robot and humans is ready to be launched. Developers from the Kirobo project, named after kibo or hope in Japanese and robot, gathered in Tokyo to demonstrate the humanoid robot's ability to talk. "Russia was the first to go outer space, the U.S. was the first to go to the moon, we want Japan to be the first to send a robot-astronaut to space that can communicate with humans," said Yorichika Nishijima, the Kirobo project manager.
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Lighter insulation from new nanotechnology
Daily Commercial News
Given that the architecture-engineering sector is responsible for a lot of the world's energy consumption, scientists are working, with some urgency, to find ways of developing technologies to improve building energy performance. That's why a large part of a nanotechnology conference in Dublin was devoted to efforts within the European community to apply nanotech to construction.
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Good Technology increases support for Microsoft to drive continued mobile adoption across the enterprise
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Good Technology, the leader in secure mobility, announced increased support for Microsoft customers in the release of Good for Enterprise for Windows Phone 8.

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Sarnia showcases biotechnology
Blackburn News
About 35 industrial biotechnology delegates from across the globe are coming to Sarnia-Lambton, touring the county's emerging bio-hybrid chemistry cluster.

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Consumer demand for technology leading digital business push
CTV News
Consumer use of technology is transforming media and entertainment companies with almost 60 per cent of their revenues expected to come from digital sources by 2015, a new global survey says.

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Biotechnology potential
Blackburn News
International delegates touring Sarnia-Lambton feel the emerging biotechnology sector demonstrates great potential. Sophie Macedo is the business development manager for Metabolic Explorer in France. It is a green chemistry company that develops and patents fermentation-based industrial processes. Macedo received a tour of Sarnia-Lambton's Biohybrid Chemistry Cluster including the LANXESS Bioindustrial Park and the TransAlta Bluewater Energy Park.
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Satellites to bring ultrafast internet to developing world
CBC News
Fibre-speed internet is expected to be available in remote parts of Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific following the launch of four satellites. The first four satellites of O3b Networks eight satellite constellation blasted off aboard a Soyuz rocket from the Guaiana Space Centre in French Guiana following a day-long weather delay.
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