Is GM Salmon Safe? What Food Technology Diploma Students Need To Know

In a small lab in PEI, biologists have been developing genetically modified salmon eggs for almost 20 years. These eggs are spliced with the DNA of large Chinook salmon and…

4 Common Mistakes to Avoid During Your HPLC Training

Looking for a quick path to a range of lucrative careers? HPLC (high-performance liquid chromatography) might be a great fit for you. With the right training, you can quickly join…

How Dogs are Helping Clinical Researchers Fight Cancer

Could dogs play a role in the fight against cancer?  In recent years, North American cancer trials have shifted away from tests on lab rats, and are now focusing more…

Essential Interview Tips for Students in Drug Regulatory Affairs Training

In the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory affairs specialists are the ones responsible for getting drugs approved by Health Canada as safely, quickly, and cost-effectively as possible. As the federal and provincial…

3 Things You’ll Learn About Food Chemistry During Your Food Safety Diploma

Each time you cook a steak, bake a loaf of bread, or steam leafy greens, you’re dabbling in a little chemistry. In fact, cooking is all about the complex chemical…

Why Handheld Technology Could Change the Face of Ultrasound Technician Training

Portable mobile devices have already changed the way we communicate, read news and watch television. Now, thanks to the new products being developed by medical equipment manufacturers, it has the…

Pesticide Problems: How HPLC Training is Saving the Bees

Bees make far more than just honey. The flying insects play a larger role than perhaps any other animal species in producing the world’s fruit and vegetable supply, pollinating 80%…

3 Ways to Boost Effectiveness in a Pharmaceutical Quality Control Lab

If you thrive in organized, clean, and consistent environments, you might do well in a quality control career. Quality control professionals promote the utmost efficiency in a range of diverse,…

Norovirus 101- Guide to Epidemics for Food Handling Program Students

As the days grow colder, bugs and colds can spread, and for those handling food, the winter season means having to be especially vigilant in the workplace. Norovirus, or the…

5 Ways to Build Trust as a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative

There is no industry where trust is more important than in healthcare. For professionals in the pharmaceutical sales, trust is particularly essential. It takes training, time, and certain skills for…