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Reopened: ATAC Building at NOSM at Lakehead University

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As of 2:20 p.m. on September 4, 2015, the Advanced Technology and Academic Centre (ATAC) building at NOSM at Lakehead University has reopened. Thank you for your cooperation.

NOSM’s 64 New MD Students Travel the North during Orientation Week

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Monday officially marked the first day of classes for 64 new medical students at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM), following a week of travel to learn about the geographic, social, cultural, and linguistic diversity of Northern Ontario. Orientation Week–or O-Week, as it is affectionately referred to at NOSM–is about so much more than helping students find their classes. NOSM’s newest group of students spend the week becoming immersed in the cultural, linguistic, and geographic diversity of the North. This is their introduction to NOSM’s wider campus of Northern Ontario, where they will live and learn for the next four years.

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NOSM Researchers Shortlisted for Prestigious International Award

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Researchers with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) and Laurentian University have been shortlisted for the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Global Research Project Award. Ashley Scott and Greg Ross and their team were nominated for their research project titled Industrial off-gas supports biofuel production—the only project from Canada to make the shortlist. The project is focused on utilizing heat energy and CO2 from smelter off-gas to provide conditions favorable for growing algae, which in turn produce many high-value products. Algae being used are from Northern Ontario and produce high levels of lipids which can be readily turned into biodiesel. This algae produced biofuel is of great benefit in underground applications, as it burns much cleaner than diesel obtained from fossil fuels. This provides for a better working environment and makes biodiesel sought after for mining applications. The research team is working with Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations (a Glencore Company) and currently has eight graduate students working on the project, including students from Engineering, Biology, and Biomolecular Sciences at Laurentian University. The awards will be presented at the IChemE Global Awards Dinner in Birmingham, England on Thursday, November 5, 2015. Good luck!

 

 

 

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