UBC Scientists Discover Drink Which Could Help Moderate Blood Sugar Levels

Scientists Discover Drink Which Could Help Moderate Blood Sugar Levels: 5 Tips That May Help Too

Scientists Discover Drink Which Could Help Moderate Blood Sugar Levels: 5 Tips That May Help Too Researchers at the University of British Columbia and University of Oxford revealed that a single drink of ketone ester can regulate sudden blood sugar spikes and enable better blood sugar control. Food | NDTV Food Desk | Updated: February 14, 2018 12:00 IST    by Taboola  Sponsored Links  Sponsored This ...

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Carleton, Cuso International partner on e-volunteering opportunity

Carleton University has partnered with Cuso International to support Peruvian farmers. The partnership began in January, and sees students in Carleton’s Bachelor of Global and International Studies program work with professionals and community leaders in Lima to help small farmers generate income in an urban setting. The students use Skype, email, and other technology to ...

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New partnership boosts aerospace training seats at Okanagan College

Okanagan College will enjoy more spaces to train students for good-paying aircraft technician jobs, thanks to a new partnership with the Industry Training Authority, KF Aerospace, and the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada. The partnership will specifically support apprentices in the college's aircraft maintenance engineering structures program. “With a global and regional demand for people ...

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Canadore post production facility a ‘game changer’

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Canadore College has celebrated the grand opening of its post production facility, which will enable film and television projects to be shot, edited, mixed, and finalized in northern Ontario. “Post Production at Canadore is a world-class creative facility, and one of only two of its kind can be found in all of North America,” said ...

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YorkU Schulich school launches first-in-Canada Master of Marketing program

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York University’s Schulich School of Business has announced the launch of a new, one-year Master of Marketing degree program. The program is reportedly the first Master’s program in Canada specifically designed to train university graduates in professional marketing skills. YorkU states that the program is uniquely management-focused and designed to prepare university graduates to fill ...

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How universities can prepare workers for the coming technological tsunami

“The change in the workplace is of such magnitude that many have likened it to a tsunami,” writes McGill University Principal Suzanne Fortier. Fortier highlights the many forces affecting the workplace, including job automation and increasingly quick technological shifts, and the distinct challenges that this presents to leaders in the higher education sector. “Ultimately, it ...

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Rise of nationalism puts onus on universities to collaborate globally: Chakma

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“While our world is becoming increasingly interconnected and interdependent, a countervailing political upheaval is manifesting itself – one that seems determined to create barriers between people and nations alike,” writes Western University President Amit Chakma. The author notes that in the current political climate, universities will have to “double down” on international collaboration in order ...

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Trent launches first instrumental chemical analysis program of its kind in North America

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  Trent University has launched two new Instrumental Chemical Analysis graduate programs, the first of their kind in North America. Students will graduate with a theoretical understanding of how modern chemistry instruments work, as well as the practical skills needed to operate them. “With its expertise in analytical chemistry and its high-end instrumentation, Trent has a unique ...

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Ryerson, Toronto police partner on programming

Police say the connection to Ryerson will ensure that existing courses meet the standards of the

Police say the connection to Ryerson will ensure that existing courses meet the standards of the 'broader community.' (Mark Blinch/Reuters)   Ryerson University and the Toronto Police Service have partnered as part of a broader initiative to modernize policing in Toronto. The partnership will see Ryerson provide courses to city police that meet the standards of the ...

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QC PSE receives significant investments into research infrastructure

  Postsecondary institutions across Quebec are benefiting from an investment of $67M into research infrastructure from the Government of Quebec and the Canada Foundation for Innovation. McGill University has announced that its six infrastructure awards have a total value of $59M. Université du Québec à Montréal announced that it received a total investment of just over $8.2M. The Université ...

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IIM Bangalore launches India’s first customized online course for aspiring women entrepreneurs

 IIM Bangalore launches India's first customized online course for aspiring women entrepreneurs

BENGALURU: The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore today announced the launch of Women Start-up Programme (WSP) –  India's first customised online and classroom initiative for aspiring female entrepreneurs. The programme launched by the institute's NS Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) is being jointly funded by finance company Goldman Sachs and Centre's Department of Science ...

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Cabinet gives nod to India’s first rail university in Vadodara

Cabinet gives nod to India's first rail university in Vadodara

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the Ministry of Railways` transformative initiative to set up the first ever National Rail and Transport University (NRTU) in Gujarat`s Vadodara on Wednesday. The Cabinet has approved the Ministry of Railways` transformative initiative to set up the first ever National Rail and Transport ...

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MUN launches Canada’s first master’s degree in social enterprise and entrepreneurship

Memorial University has launched a new master’s degree to train students in the essential skills of social enterprise and entrepreneurship. A MUN release reports that the new master of business administration in social enterprise and entrepreneurship is a 12-month program focused on developing change agents committed to sustainable and social business practices in public, private, ...

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UNBC, U of T partner on Remote Internship Program

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The University of Northern British Columbia and the University of Toronto Impact Centre have partnered on the creation of new, national entrepreneurial experiential learning opportunities. The program will see students begin their internships in Toronto and complete their work at UNBC. “The entrepreneurship ecosystem is rapidly expanding in the region and developing programs with our partners, ...

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Universities ramping up efforts to support students with children

Universities across Canada are facing more pressure to support students who are parents, reports Suzanne Bowness. Between 11% and 16% of Canada’s PSE students have at least one dependent child, according to research cited in the article, which means that the challenges faced by these students need to become a greater subject of attention for schools. The ...

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