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Data erasure and disposition for mobile devices
Business 2 Community
Enterprises are taking advantage of the mobility, ease of use, and the applications offered by tablets. For many workers, tablets are replacing computers or specialized devices as their mobile work device. IT asset managers and data security managers have been focused on keeping track of these devices while in use, and ensuring they can only access and store data and corporate applications securely. As companies upgrade and replace these devices with newer versions, some new concerns, as well as some of the same old ones, for disposition come into play.
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Camp aims to push girls into science-related careers
Global News
A unique camp just for girls is underway in Halifax. The ROBO-Tech all girls camp takes place at the Discovery Centre. The purpose of the camp, which has been running for 10 years, is to teach young girls more about the fields of applied sciences, such as science, technology, engineering and math. Men traditionally dominate careers in those fields.
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Canadian technology pushing boundaries of 3D printing
Calgary Herald
Batteries, bicycles and bikinis. Shoes, tools, cars and guitars. More controversially, implements of death and destruction, the necessities of life, even our own twins. What cannot be printed in a 3D printer? That's the real challenge for tech innovators, entrepreneurs and engineers working in the field of additive layer manufacturing.
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NASA probe returns images of distant Earth
CBC News
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has sent back stunning images of Earth and its moon, showing our home planet from more than one billion kilometres away. The Saturn probe took advantage of a rare opportunity to point its cameras back towards Earth, capturing images of Saturn's rings with Earth just a pale blue dot 1.44 billion kilometres in the distance.
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Toyota revs up quality control with training centre
The Chronicle Herald
Toyota is opening a training facility for mechanics complete with a test course that simulates 13 driving conditions including cobblestones and bumpy roads as part of the automaker's efforts to avoid a repeat of its recall fiasco. A ceremony with Toyota Motors. President Akio Toyoda and government officials was held at the $90 million Tajimi Service Center in Japan, near Toyota city where the car maker is headquartered.
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Data erasure and disposition for mobile devices
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University student? Looking for work? Check this out
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The Council of Ontario Universities (COU) launched a new career website to help university students find and secure meaningful employment.

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Apprenticeship programs build skills, career prospects
The StarPhoenix
Four years ago, Tyler Simpson was facing some serious challenges, including depression and addiction. Today, he's a journeyman cabinetmaker who won a silver medal at a national competition.

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The Italians who revamped Russia
Euro News
Several centuries ago, the Renaissance changed the face of Moscow forever. Having built up a prestigious and powerful state, Prince Ivan III decided to decorate his city with new buildings to reflect its grandeur. He wanted the most beautiful buildings, the latest designs and the most cutting-edge technology. So the prince sent his servants to Italy to hire the best architects of the Renaissance era to design buildings for the Kremlin complex in the center of Moscow.
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A nanotechnology holy grail in label-free cancer marker detection
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Just months after setting a record for detecting the smallest single virus in solution, researchers at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University have announced a new breakthrough: They used a nano-enhanced version of their patented microcavity biosensor to detect a single cancer marker protein, which is one-sixth the size of the smallest virus, and even smaller molecules below the mass of all known markers.
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