Computer scientists and nurses pair up to create teaching software

Although many techniques for evaluating a patient’s lung condition exist, listening to the sounds their lungs make remains an invaluable clinical tool for medical practitioners. In fact, it’s probably the most common method for evaluating the condition of a lung.

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Science stores locations to close for one week

To facilitate the consolidation of the Faculty of Science's Procurement Services and Stores operations, stores locations in the Chemistry-Physics and Science buildings will be closed Friday, October 9 and will not reopen until Monday, October 19.

Those who use these facilities should plan in advance for this closure by insuring sufficient stocks of consumables are on hand to last throughout the closure.

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Science celebrates academic achievement and service

It was a full house for the recent Dean of Science Awards ceremony and reception on Tuesday, Sept. 22.

Over 280 students, who represent the top 10 per cent in the faculty, were admitted to the Dean's List, possibly the largest number at one time.


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