Western in the News Archive: May 2015

When Does Consciousness Begin and End?

May 27, 2015 via NOVA

Breaking the ice ceiling: overcoming barriers to Canadian business growth

May 27, 2015 via Globe and Mail

Campus business incubator helps students launch their company, Everest Media Group, which produces instrumental music

May 26, 2015 via London Free Press

Computer science ‘job skill of the future,’ should it be mandatory school curriculum?

May 25, 2015 via Global News

Brain Implant Lets Tetraplegic Man Drink Beer with a Robot Arm

May 22, 2015 via Popular Mechanics

Solar Panels Could Save Patients In Gaza’s Hospitals, Thanks To A New Fundraising Campaign

May 21, 2015 via Huffington Post

Paralyzed man sips beer using robot arm he controls with his mind

May 21, 2015 via The Verge

Paralyzed man uses his thoughts to control a robotic arm

May 21, 2015 via Fox News

Like Ukraine, Georgia is now torn between Russia and the West

May 19, 2015 via Miami Herald

The assault on batteries

May 19, 2015 via Toronto Star

Academics plant seeds of revolution in the Ivory Tower

May 17, 2015 via Globe and Mail

Humans have shorter attention span than goldfish, thanks to smartphones

May 15, 2015 via The Telegraph

Physical and mental exercise contribute to a happy and healthy old age

May 14, 2015 via Montreal Gazette

Why elder abuse remains a ‘hidden epidemic’

May 14, 2015 via Toronto Star

Ontario Ombudsman’s effective but controversial 10-year run could be nearing its end

May 14, 2015 via National Post