Cluster in the News

Review of "Varieties of Empathy in Science, Art and Culture" and "Critical Debates in Evidence Based Medicine" workshops

Review of 2 Cluster workshops by M. Cournoyea in 2009

IHPST PhD candidate Michael Cournoyea reviewed two Cluster workshops in the journal Spontaneous Generations in 2009. 

See the publication below.

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Dr. Bernie Lightman is Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Congratulations to Dr. Bernie Lightman, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Congratulations to Dr. Bernie Lightman, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.

More information HERE

Atlantic Node member gets international attention with new article : How Many Species Are There?

Congratulations to Atlantic Node member Dr. Sina Adl and co-autors for recent article, "How Many Species Are There on Earth and in the Ocean?" in PLoS Biology.

Hayden receives Canada Council for the Arts Killam prize

Date: 
Wed., Apr. 20, 2011, 9:15am
The Canada Council for the Arts awards Dr. Michael Hayden of University of British Columbia a Killam prize. Hayden was a Trust in the New Sciences National Lecture Series presenter.

The Canada Council for the Arts awards Dr. Michael Hayden of University of British Columbia  a Killam prize. Hayden was a Trust in the New Sciences National Lecture Series presenter.

From the Canada Council for the Arts:

Science and the Media: Lost in Translation (Nov 9, 2010) Media

"Failure to Communicate" UNews article and CBC Radio 1 Maritime Noon coverage of Science and its Publics Pt 1: Science and the Media: Lost in Translation

Science and the Media: Lost in Translation Information Nov. 9, 2010

Video
http://www.ccepa.ca/video.html

Maritime Noon CBC Radio One (Podcast):

Part 1 - Telling Science Stories