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Convocation 2014: ‘An important milestone’

Convocation 2014: ‘An important milestone’

October 29, 2014

1,900 new Concordia fall graduates look towards the future.

Expo 67: The birthplace of modern moviegoing

Expo 67: The birthplace of modern moviegoing

October 28, 2014

A new book co-edited by a Concordia author traces the roots of contemporary digital culture to the Montreal World’s Fair.

Concordia research harnesses the power of opium poppies

Concordia research harnesses the power of opium poppies

October 28, 2014

An innovative approach to painkiller production could lessen Canada’s dependence on foreign supplies.

Can synthetic biology really change the world?

Can synthetic biology really change the world?

October 28, 2014

Richard Kitney, the keynote speaker at Concordia’s recent UK-Canada Synthetic Biology Workshop, explains why it woos world leaders.

Transforming toxic waste into green energy

Transforming toxic waste into green energy

October 28, 2014

Emerging graduate research at Concordia seeks to turn pulp mills into dynamic biorefineries.

Karl Polanyi: ‘He’s one of our big thinkers’

Karl Polanyi: ‘He’s one of our big thinkers’

October 29, 2014

In anticipation of the 13th International Karl Polanyi Conference, filmmaker Ilan Ziv explores the legacy of a maverick economist.



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As environmental factors [. . .] continue to take the forefront on the generation of organized violence, it is essential for decision-makers to reconceptualise the very idea of why individuals decide to take arms,
Whatever the outcome of the Oct. 24 elections, Botswana’s political horizon appears stormy,
2014 is somewhat of a depressing time for many people in human rights. There is a sense of powerlessness. But I think we look at what brave people have done in the past, we see that individuals can do something,

Kyle Matthews. The Quest for Heroes.

Most of the people on the streets that I meet need support and they need housing. You can't get better without either, and they don't have them,


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Beyond the Headlines 2013
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Inspired by Concordia’s four-part conversation series with The Globe and Mail on the theme of “Living well and staying healthy,” Beyond the Headlines 2013 showcases the ideas of internationally renowned university research experts and their intellectual counterparts. Beyond the Headlines is published annually.
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