Amoeba: Malta says no to Amoeba’s cooling tower biocide

(BFM Bourse) – A week after Austria’s green light for its natural pesticides, Amoeba announces Malta’s non-approval of its biocidal active ingredient for European territory, but in a different indication. The French company did not expect such a decision, leaving its teams “disappointed and confused”. Big blow to Amoeba. France’s greentech suffered a major setback … Read more

“They really want us to succeed”: Two ex-Schulch leaders talk about the benefits of the program | Government Gazette

Photo credit: SEDS-Canada Magdalena Richardson was never afraid to ask what she wanted. When the 2013 Schulich Leader Scholarship winner learned that uOttawa professor Jeff Lundeen was using light particles to test and apply concepts in quantum physics, she jumped at the opportunity. Since the physics student wanted to do her honors thesis in quantum … Read more

UQAT and INRS Award First Scholarship in Memory of Joyce Echaquan

“I feel privileged to have been awarded this scholarship. I want to honor the memory of Joyce Echaquan by participating in the fulfillment of a wish of her husband, Mr. Dubé, who wishes that all Aboriginal people receive health care with respect and dignity,” launched Lucie Dubé, a custom master’s student in Native Studies at … Read more

Back to school at the University of French Ontario with students from all over the world | First term at the University of French Ontario

September 7 and 8 are welcome days devoted to integration, with activities, a visit to the campus, a meeting with professors, but also a presentation of life in Toronto. Classes start on September 9, also in virtual mode. They introduced us to the programs [par cohorte], living in Toronto, the help they can give us … Read more

Higher Education in Canada: A “Mauritius Scholarship” for the University of Ottawa Offered

The idea comes from the Canada Mauritius Cultural Association (CMCA). Through the creation of the $1,000 “Bourse Maurice” at the University of Ottawa, the goal is to ease the financial burden of a needy student. These are deserving students who annually follow a bachelor’s degree at this university and who are involved in the Mauritian … Read more