Researchers across the globe devote their careers to addressing fundamental science questions that will have impact on humanity. Could a group of undergraduate students contribute in any significant way to achieving such a lofty goal?
New research by Patricia Corcoran suggests that plastic pellets accumulating in our rivers, Great Lakes and shorelines may be turning our pristine playground into a toxic nightmare.
In this video, Mark Aboud speaks about his path from graduating with a Western computer science degree to Managing Director of SAP Canada and then giving back.
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