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on Fri Oct 24 5:07 AM

Animals Can Experience the Uncanny Valley

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In 2009, researchers at Princeton University showed macaque monkeys three images of their species: a real photograph, an unrealistic computer rendering and a detailed digital caricature. The monkeys, which normally coo and smack their lips when...
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on Fri Oct 24 5:07 AM

Animals Can Experience the Uncanny Valley

MASHABLE

In 2009, researchers at Princeton University showed macaque monkeys three images of their species: a real photograph, an unrealistic computer rendering and a detailed digital caricature. The monkeys, which normally coo and smack their lips when...
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on Fri Oct 24 5:00 AM

Gluten-free market booming, but researchers aren't sold - Business

CBC

Millions of Canadians opt for gluten-free products, but CBC Marketplace found that some scientists are skeptical about the way these products are marketed.
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on Thu Oct 23 8:11 PM

Duhatschek: How sharing ideas made Alberta the great coaching incubator

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

The sharing of ideas between previously ignored college bench bosses gave rise to a powerful process that now has the world beating a path back to Canada
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on Thu Oct 23 5:38 PM

Scientists unveil weirdest dinosaur ever seen

CNET GADGET NEWS

Paleontologists have dug up the rest of a dinosaur whose long arms were found in the '60s. The rest makes it surely the strangest looking creature ever.
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on Thu Oct 23 8:31 AM

7 Reasons To Be Proud Of Being A Night Owl

HUFFINGTON POST

It's been said that early birds get the worm, but night owls also reap a whole lot of benefits just by being who they are. And it's time they got some praise. Please don't get us wrong: We are definitely sleep advocates. And it is very important...
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on Wed Oct 22 8:18 PM

Meet Deinocheirus, the ‘goofy’ dinosaur

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Researchers piece together fossil of ‘goofy’ dinosaur with massive arms
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on Sun Oct 19 10:01 PM

Ontario considering funding for foreign graduate students

THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Ontario universities say competitiveness harmed due to lack of funding for qualified applicants
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on Sat Oct 18 8:02 PM

Former B.C. casino investigator calls suspicious transactions 'shocking' - British Columbia

CBC

A CBC News investigation has sparked renewed calls to overhaul casino operations and tighten provincial regulations to curb suspected money laundering on some of B.C.'s most popular gaming floors.
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on Mon Aug 18 9:33 AM

A New Frontier for Fracking: Drilling Near the Arctic Circle by Ed Struzik: Yale Environment 360

YALE ENVIRONMENT 360

Hydraulic fracturing is about to move into the Canadian Arctic, with companies exploring the region's rich shale oil deposits. But many indigenous people and conservationists have serious concerns about the impact of fracking in more fragile...
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