In The News

2012-01-03, TheStar.com

With a job title like “automation engineer”, Iriz Iziad Abdullah is no stranger to misunderstandings over what his work actually entails. “My friends think I go to work and...

2012-01-03, Wired Magazine

McGill professor emeritus Pieter Sijpkes has cobbled together a machine that prints objects by building up ultra-thin layers of ice. The low-cost ice models could help inventors design products...

2012-01-02, IT World Canada

In the intense new battle for IT jobs, those with multiple skills and broad knowledge of technologies will prevail. Unlike the traditional IT environment, today’s emerging IT environment...

2012-01-02, Fast Company

Montreal researchers and software engineers  are creating a virtual world that could make doctors and medicine seem a little less scary to kids who live in it.

2012-01-02, Inhabitat

Wearable computers just moved a stitch closer to reality with the development of cotton fiber electric circuits and transistors. An international team of scientists have rendered cotton into...

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