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Jan. 22, 2009

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Building ties among scientists
You could say that Howard Ceri has his fingers in many different petri dishes and he will soon head up a major scientific society called Sigma Xi.

Storing stem cells the cryopreservation way
Marian Hettiaratchi’s research could ensure medical science has the large quantities of stem cells needed for the development of clinical applications aimed at treating diseases and injuries.

Re-writing nursing ethics theory
Two Faculty of Nursing professors have written an introduction to nursing ethics theory so original that its theoretical model has been incorporated by the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) into its recently released Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses.

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