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The University of Victoria will soon offer the only undergraduate degree program in biomedical engineering west of Ontario. Students in the five-year program, to be launched this September, will graduate with a bachelor of biomedical engineering. I
In Wesfarmers' case, the company most closely associated with Coles Supermarkets also consists of insurance operations, hardware retailing, industrial supplies and resources...The company was believed to have overpaid, and took on debt and new equity
June 9, 2012 Like most members of the Penobscot Nation, Scott Phillips grew up near the Penobscot River and learned to paddle and fish as a young boy...He became a competitive racer and eventually opened his own business selling canoes, kayaks and
The Republic azcentral.com Where is downtown Surprise?...They'll likely point to 500 acres of barren desert surrounding the city's new civic complex. Barbed-wire fences contain its primary tenants: a few dozen cattle and mesquite bushes.
When Scott Phillips' engine broke down during the first event of his drag racing season this summer, he feared it was a bad omen. Even with local sponsorships, the sport costs thousands of dollars in travel and equipment for racers like Phillips, a
RiseArt introduces the fine arts world and social media with its new e-commerce website (exclusive) November 23, 2011 Meghan Kelly Art e-commerce website RiseArt sees a disconnect between artists and the digital world, which it is changing today with
tool goes here "The Adjustment" by Scott Phillips; Counterpoint (224 pages, $25) Noir is a literature of limited choices, for both the people who write it and the people about whom they write. Like most popular genres, it relies on formula, but at
Submitted photo by Monika Phillips Trying on another culture Grass Valley native and former Cedar Ridge resident Scott Phillips tries on traditional, hand-woven clothing at a museum in Jakarta, Indonesia. The garments usually are worn by a Sumatran
Sally Phillips lost her son, Scott, nine years ago and chose to donate his organs. Since then, she has promoted the cause by volunteering for organ donation committees, speaking at events and providing support to those who have lost family members.
A top city police administrator accused last year of interfering in the arrest of his son won't face criminal charges, prompting him to speak on Thursday about his actions and the subsequent state investigation. In telling his side of the story,