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How to end Canada's Nobel science drought? Invest
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It's been 20 years since a scientist working in Canada has been awarded a Nobel Prize in science. Bertram Brockhouse received the Nobel Prize in physics in 1994, Michael Smith in chemistry in 1993, and John Polanyi in chemistry in 1986.

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Opinion: Oilers' dynasty offers lessons in Canada's Nobel drought
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The extension of de Duve's pioneering work in Edmonton by a Canadian he trained has changed radically our understanding of how this compartment is made, what it does and how it is affected in human diseases. The popular film Lorenzo's Oil is based on …

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Opinion: Oilers' dynasty offers lessons in Canada's Nobel drought
www.edmontonjournal.com

The extension of de Duve's pioneering work in Edmonton by a Canadian he trained has changed radically our understanding of how this compartment is made, what it does and how it is affected in human diseases. The popular film Lorenzo's Oil is based on …

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Opinion: Oilers' dynasty offers lessons in Canada's Nobel drought
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The extension of de Duve's pioneering work in Edmonton by a Canadian he trained has changed radically our understanding of how this compartment is made, what it does and how it is affected in human diseases. The popular film Lorenzo's Oil is based on …

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Canadian Prairies Drought
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Droughts are one of the world’s most devastating natural hazards. They have a major impact on the environment, health and the economy. In Canada, six of the …

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Can Alice Munro end Canada's 112-year drought with a Nobel win for literature?
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Earlier this week, for instance, the novelist and Los Angeles Times contributor Hector Tobar – a Munro advocate, incidentally – noted that the Swedish Academy is “famous for choosing (every few years) a writer whose work is largely unknown outside his …

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