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UBC Researchers Say Eggs for Breakfast Benefits Those with Diabetes

While some cereals may be the breakfast of champions, a UBC professor suggests people with Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) should be reaching for something else.

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World's Fastest Hydrogen Sensor Could Pave the Way for Clean Energy

Hydrogen is a clean and renewable energy carrier that can power vehicles, with water as the only emission. 

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Getting Back to Work After a Heart Attack

Heart attack patients with the desire to return to work can do it. 

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Arctic Temperatures Warmest in More than 10,000 Years

Arctic temperatures are the warmest they’ve been in more than 10,000 years, according to a new University of Alberta study that highlights alarming rates of climate warming and thawing of permafrost in Northern Canada.

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Unearthing the Recipe for Rare Gemstones in the Canadian Arctic

When Philippe Belley came to the University of British Columbia to study how gemstones form, he didn’t think he would need to learn how to protect himself from polar bears.

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Oregon Coastal Habitat Project Restores Coho and Reduces Flooding

NOAA’s work with community partners restoring estuary habitat in Tillamook Bay, Oregon is revitalizing tidal wetlands for threatened Oregon Coast coho salmon, and helping reduce flooding in the surrounding communities and farmlands.

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Vet Med Researcher Studies New Camera-in-a-Capsule Method of Examining a Horse's Gut

Horses are notorious for belly ailments. Over the course of a lifetime, chances are good a horse will suffer at least once from some kind of gastrointestinal (GI) problem, with severity ranging from mild to life threatening.

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Farmlands to Wetlands? Experiential Learning Lets Students Explore History, Policy of Restoration

Two Trent University students will be conducting research on Trent land this summer as part of an experiential learning project, to investigate if and how farmed land can be returned to a natural wetland state.

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Engineers Develop Concept for Hybrid Heavy-Duty Trucks

Heavy-duty trucks, such as the 18-wheelers that transport many of the world’s goods from farm or factory to market, are virtually all powered by diesel engines.

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Simultaneous Heatwaves Caused by Anthropogenic Climate Change

Many people will remember last summer – not only in Switzerland, but also in large swathes across the rest of Europe, as well as in North America and Asia.

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