Saturday, September 28, 2013

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Saturday September 28 2013 edition

PROGRAM

The LINK Online 28 Sept, 2013

Lynn, Wojtek and me, Marc are back with you again this week


Hep-C lurks in the liver causing damage but virutally no symptoms until the liver fails. © Courtesy Canadian Liver Foundation

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YOUR CHOICES

Innovation in 3D printing and spinal bone grafts at Canada's McGill University

A team led by McGill University’s Dr Michael H Weber, and Professor Jake Barralet, are developing a new technology with a 3D printer which seeks to create replicas of bone for spinal grafts..

The concept creates a bone-like replacement material in the exact shape of bone or bone segment which is to be removed.

Professor Barralet holds the ...

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Barbie joins the Mounties

 Canada’s national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are typically known more simply as “the Mounties”   Now they have a new member, well, sort of.

"Unarmed" but otherwise relatively correct uniform.for "Mountie Barbie" @ $30 Canadian ...

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Canadian foreign affairs experts condemn Canada's attitude towards United Nations

A group of former diplomats, cabinet ministers, and foreign affairs experts think the Canadian government and Prime Minister Stephen Harper should rethink their attitude towards the United Nations.

In a press conference Monday (September 23) a number of the experts spoke out as they unveiled a booklet of essays titled: "The United Nations and Canada: What Canada has ...

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IN DEPTH

 



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