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Up-and-coming researchers honoured for breakthrough discoveries at 7th annual Mitacs Awards

Achievements include innovations to prevent cancer from spreading, helping athletes sleep better, and improving heavy oil recovery process Five researchers from across Canada were recognized for their innovative efforts to transform the lives of Canadians. Their contributions include research to stop cancer from spreading, helping elite athletes overcome sleep disturbances, and making Canada’s heavy ...

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Boyd County students making global connections

Maddie Bolt and her fellow students at Boyd County High School are learning a lot these days about how students just like them, thousands of miles away, have a lot in common with their counterparts here in the United States. Students in the Boyd County classroom of social studies teacher ...

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Behind Every Great Man There’s a Great Woman: His mom

On life, mothers and the art of belief. This is what mom told me 20 years ago. Yet 20 years later, she turned out to be right. 7 months ago, we were in the hottest city in the world where all the magic happens. Now I have probably told this story countless ...

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Agricultural land heritage that turns to eco-tourism, aeronautic and leisure space for nature and aviation lovers

It is a private initiative launched by a man who is fond of farming and with an aviation enthusiasm. Mr. Abdellatif Ben Moustapha inherited an agricultural land in one of the most beautiful areas of northern Tunisia. His family is well-known by its inheritance of an agricultural land that hides ...

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Agricultural land heritage that turns to eco-tourism, aeronautic and leisure space for nature and aviation lovers

It is a private initiative launched by a man who is fond of farming and with an aviation enthusiasm. Mr. Abdellatif Ben Moustapha inherited an agricultural land in one of the most beautiful areas of northern Tunisia. His family is well-known by its inheritance of an agricultural land that hides ...

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International Education Month enriches campus life

Like previous years, during the first few weeks of November, the International Education Month is celebrated on campus. The international club, SPICES, organizes this event. It all began with the International Education Week, which is a national event, and the club expanded it to the week before Thanksgiving. The purpose of ...

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2 Tunisians learn of software, America

Dawn Hammond, an academic adviser at Ivy Tech Community College, hoped to share Thanksgiving with two students unfamiliar with the holiday: Raki Glaii and Seif Edinne Chouaya. The men are from Tunisia, a country in northern Africa between Algeria and Libya, but for this academic year, Fort Wayne is their ...

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Tunisian fashion adds glamour to Taiwan’s exhibition

Being half Taiwanese and half Tunisian, Dean feels the urge to foster exchanges of fashion industries between the two countries.  Many Taiwanese people may not be familiar with Tunisia, let alone Tunisian fashion, but people who are interested in the North African country can visit the booth of FFDesigner Magazine, which ...

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11 digital developers from region win mobile gaming awards

 A total of 11 digital gaming developers from across the region on Saturday were announced as winners of the 2nd edition of the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) of the MENA region, held in Amman for the second consecutive year. The awards went to the games “4 Wheelers” (Iran) as the Best ...

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Dinosaurs would have survived if asteroid hit Earth elsewhere, scientists claim

When the cosmos shoots pool, it plays for keeps. It sank a six-mile-wide rock in our pocket of the solar system 66 million years ago. The smack of the asteroid against Earth released energy on the order of billions of atomic bombs. Dinosaurs were the cataclysm’s most famous victims, joined by sea creatures, plants and ...

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