The project could lead to more efficient drilling and gas distribution, reduced pollution, and lower consumers prices, the school says.
Chalk River lab workers worried they’ll lose defined pensions with privatization.
Federal Tories say they plan to unveil initiatives to tackle problems identified in new research.
Auto21 research develops the next generation.
Randstad survey reveals Canadian workers are confident their companies will perform better this year.
Survey shows 71% of employers note responsibility to provide training programs but only 29% offer them.
The biocompatible materials are designed to target and attack fungal infections, such as skin conditions and athlete’s foot.
The former de Havilland plant at Downsview Park will be turned into a classroom, workshop, hangar space, and an innovation centre.
Projects will focus on residential demand response and load shifting.
Memory alloys rev up efficiency while reducing component weight.
TransAlta Utilities says 2006 university study found no health difference in people living near plants.
Nanovate NP technology makes polymer surfaces super-hydrophobic.
Conference Board of Canada says added support measures would significantly aid quitting.
Technology could change how things are made and by whom.
Industry, academic partnership will develop new tools for remotely sensing and assessing mineral deposits.