Monthly Archives: July 2014

Canadian Scientists On Front Lines of West Africa Ebola Outbreak

The latest Ebola outbreak earlier this year has escalated to unprecedented levels as a dedicated Winnipeg lab is busy conducting cutting-edge clinical research on the world’s first Ebola vaccine.

Fedex In Hot Water Over Illegal Pharmacy Shipments

For the past several years, both Canadian and American authorities have been plagued with the problem of illegal online pharmacies. Although there are legitimate places to purchase prescriptions online, the…

China’s Food Safety Crisis Spurs American Protest

Food safety and public health advocates are speaking out against a new plan to process American and Canadian-raised poultry in China. In North America, we expect a certain level of…

Cool Careers in Chromatography

From criminal forensics to environmental protection, certified HPLC technicians can find work in a variety of challenging and fascinating professional settings.

Motorized Exoskeleton Helps Paralyzed Patients Walk Again

More than 85,000 Canadians are afflicted by spinal cord injuries, with about 4,000 new cases occurring each year. In the US, that number climbs to around 200,000 paralyzed patients per…