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Genetics a useful tool for predicting Salmonella outbreaks

Genetics a useful tool for predicting Salmonella outbreaks

Hearing the word Salmonella likely makes you think of raw chicken, not fruits and vegetables. However, this past summer Canada saw 515 confirmed cases of Salmonella linked to red onions, a number that a University of Guelph food microbiologist is now working to prevent.

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Lasting lemur conservation relies on multiple agents

Lasting lemur conservation relies on multiple agents

Most people’s only exposure to lemurs is through the movie Madagascar, which doesn’t give an accurate representation of the endangerment they are facing and the way that their environments and interactions with humans contribute to this problem.

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Cloud computing — and trust — needed for global disease research, says researcher

Cloud computing — and trust — needed for global disease research, says researcher

Personal computer users often run into problems finding enough secure storage space for videos, music and other bits of electronic information…so imagine the challenges facing computer scientists like Prof. Deborah Stacey trying to gather and store millions of data points to address global animal disease.

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