Willard Wigan tells the story of how a difficult and lonely childhood drove him to discover his unique ability -- to create art so tiny that it can't be seen with the naked eye. His slideshow of figures, as seen through a microscope, can only be described as mind-boggling.
Waterloo - DALSA Corporation, announced that Savvas Chamberlain will step down from his role as Chief Technology Officer of the Company on October 12, 2009, at which time he will transition to the role of Chairman, in a non-management status.
TORONTO - The Board of Directors of Sun Life Financial Inc. announced a quarterly shareholder dividend of $0.36 per common share, payable September 30, 2009 to shareholders of record at the close of business on August 26, 2009. This is the same amount as paid in the previous quarter.
WATERLOO - University of Waterloo researchers have received funding from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation to investigate how Canada can make the most of its spending to renew the country's infrastructure such as bridges and highways.
Administrator Jackson makes it a priority to evaluate exposure in infants and young children
WASHINGTON U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson announced that the agency is taking an important step to ensure children’s health is taken into account when evaluating the chemical perchlorate.
REGINA - As provincial Premiers convene their annual Council of the Federation meeting, the United Steelworkers union (USW) is calling on them to reject proposed extensions of "free trade" rules that would prevent the use of provincial and local procurement policy to create jobs in Canada.
VANCOUVER, BC - MetroLeap Media, Inc., producer of one of the top five music destinations in the world, MetroLyrics.com, announced the formation of an advisory board and welcomes former MySpace Music Senior Vice President Jamie Kantrowitz, former General Manager of Yahoo! Canada Kerry Munro, and Entrepreneur and Advisor Charles Seely to board posts.
Hamilton - If you are a woman who dines with a man, chances are you choose food with fewer calories than if you dine with a woman. That is one of the findings in a study conducted by researchers at McMaster University.
The Age of Innovation is here. Slowly but surely it has dawned on leaders in all industries that our global economy has changed the game forever. Oh, sure, products and processes still matter, but what really keeps a company competitive is its peoplemore specifically, the ability of said people to innovate.