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(2017,
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Lockheed Martin Canada has partnered with Toronto-based RANK Software to create innovative cyber security solutions for future Canadian and international defence programs.

(2017,
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Seaspan Ferries Corporation (SFC) officially welcomed two new, state-of-the-art dual-fuelled/hybrid (liquefied natural gas, diesel and battery) vessels to its fleet today during a double commissioning ceremony held at SFC’s Tilbury Terminal.
 

Interview: Dr Jim Anderson
(2016,
issue 4)
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Dr. Jim Anderson manages the Biological Warfare Threat Medical Countermeasures project at the Deptartment of National Defence (DND). He recently sat down with FrontLine editor Chris MacLean to discuss the challenges and implications of the biological threat and related preparedness requirements.

(2016,
issue 4)
BY K. JOHN MORROW Jr [field_writer2]

Could powerful molecular methodologies be used to engineer new bioweapons, or will it bring new hope for cures to devastating diseases?

(2016,
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In October 1986, 15 year old Kerrie Ann Brown of Thompson. Manitoba  was raped and murdered after she left a party. Now, the RCMP is using Twitter to recreate her day in words she might have used, to revive old memories and create new leads.

Innovation
(2015,
issue 3)
BY RICHARD BRAY [field_writer2]

In the Canadianized version of the 1959 short story For Your Eyes Only, fictional spy James Bond is in Canada on a secret mission. A mysterious officer at RCMP Headquarters in Ottawa provides 007 with false paperwork and some advice: “Our Commissioner has a motto: ‘Never send a man where you can send a bullet.’ You might remember that.

(2015,
issue 3)
BY RICHARD BRAY [field_writer2]

For instance, during some winter test flights near Quebec City, Dr. George Leblanc and his team discovered a new and unexpected ability to get important data from recently disturbed snow. 

(2015,
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(July 22) Simple actiities and games designed to increase student knowledge about earthquake science and preparedness.

(2015,
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(February 2009) The Canadian Society for Senior Engineers (CSSE) ranks the various Canadian Aerospace program areas, and makes strong recommendations to the Government of Canada. Included among them is a call to increase R&D funding in these areas.

Editor's Corner
(2009,
issue 3)
BY CLIVE ADDY [field_writer2]

The flu season is upon us and the new ­vaccine is arriving as we go to press. We are grateful again to Dr. David Butler-Jones, Canada’s Chief Medical Officer, (whom we interviewed in our last edition), for his hard work and calm preparation. We also salute the public health workers across the country for their dedication and help in keeping the effects of this pandemic to a minimum in our communities.

(2009,
issue 3)
BY K. JOHN MORROW Jr [field_writer2]

Darwinian principles today constitute the driving intellectual force behind the technology of a number of biotech companies, guiding a wide range of clinical applications that have already been developed or are on the drawing boards. On the forefront of this technology is Evolva, a Swiss company that seeks to use the ­principles of natural selection to propel their drug discovery program.

(2009,
[field_writer2] By Canadian Institutes of Health Research

As part of the Government of Canada's Avian Influenza and Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Strategy, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Infection and Immunity was charged with developing and supporting pandemic influenza preparedness research programs. The CIHR supports research intended to improve Canada's ability to prevent and/or respond to an influenza pandemic. This document presents the findings of a formative, midterm evaluation of the research initiative.

(2006,
issue 1)
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Ensuring the personal protection of enforcement officers is a complex task. Take the need for body armour for example. Canadian soldiers on the streets Kandahar, as they attempt to bring stability to the region and win the hearts and minds of the local populace, or enforcement officers in Canada, as they sprint after armed insurgents, require protection that is lightweight and yet protects against high-energy projectiles.

(2006,
issue 1)
BY HAROLD STOCKER [field_writer2]

The field of neurofunctional imaging (or neuroimaging) has evolved significantly over the past two decades. What started out as a means to confirm information derived ­from subjects suffering brain damage, has emerged as a tool for a number of possible ­security-related applications. Several neuroimaging techniques, such as positron emission tomography (PET), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and electro­encephalography (EEG) have been used to monitor or measure brain function.

(2006,
issue 1)
BY INGAR MOEN [field_writer2]

The field of neurofunctional imaging (or neuroimaging) has evolved significantly over the past two decades. What started out as a means to confirm information derived ­from subjects suffering brain damage, has emerged as a tool for a number of possible ­security-related applications. Several neuroimaging techniques, such as positron emission tomography (PET), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and electro­encephalography (EEG) have been used to monitor or measure brain function.