History[ edit ] “The greatest product which we will realize from our electronic era is the better educated race. This applies to all fields — not just the field of science. While the main source of income for higher education in Ontario at the time was the provincial government, the Ontario government made it clear that it would not contribute to denominational colleges and universities. Needles proposed a different approach towards education, including both studies in the classroom and training in industry that would eventually become the basis of the university’s cooperative education program. By the end of the same year, the Associated Faculties opened its first building on the site, the Chemical Engineering Building. The president, appointed by the board, was to act as the institution’s chief executive officer and act as a liaison between the two groups. The legislative act was the result of a great deal of negotiation between Waterloo College, Waterloo College Associated Faculties, and St. Jerome’s College , another denominational college in the City of Waterloo. While the agreements sought to safeguard the existence of the two denominational colleges, they also aimed at federating them with the newly established University of Waterloo.
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Wendi Adamek, to promote the study of Buddhism in both undergraduate and graduate programs in the Department of Religious Studies, as well as to stimulate further research into the religion across the globe. With great pleasure, we were able to host Venerable Chang Wu through this initiative. In the past 15 years, she has delivered classes in Buddhist philosophy and meditation to people of widely different backgrounds and age groups.
Venerable Chang Wu also leads meditation retreats for more advanced practitioners, in countries ranging from Canada to Switzerland, and has played an active role in organizing and contributing to scholarly conferences and interfaith dialogue around the world. In her lecture, Venerable Chang Wu shared with us a carefully crafted presentation, seemingly designed to pierce through the mind-associated lifestyle present in our post-secondary environment, viscerally and dialectically communicating the very essence of Chan Zen Buddhism to attending students.
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A controlled test of the electron spin resonance ESR dating method as it is currently being applied to teeth was attempted for the time range ka, beyond that of 14C, at the archaeological site of La Chaise-de-Vouthon Charente, France. ESR ages are derived from the ratio of the AD, the radiation dose needed to produce the observed ESR signal, relative to the natural, environmental dose rate ED experienced by the tooth after deposition.
Since the age depends on the uranium U uptake history assumed, three ages are calculated assuming: Generally, the LU age agrees best with known ages determined by other methods, although the RU model is better for some teeth. ESR dating assumes that the fossil has not suffered recrystallization or significant diagenetic alteration. In the preliminary test, three teeth were dated. ESR dating teeth significantly underestimated the true age for the teeth: Although more teeth at La Chaise need to be tested to ascertain that the underestimation does not result from random variation commonly seen among teeth within one unit, the consistent underestimation suggests a fault in one of the assumptions underlying the dating method.
The most obvious source of error lies in the difficulty in modelling the external gamma dose. Only U leaching, not incorrectly modelled U uptake, would cause the underestimation. Diagenetic alteration may also cause anomalous fading, thermal instability, variation in k, or ESR signal suppression. More study into the effects of diagenesis alteration on enamel ESR signals is needed, as is a reevaluation of the mean signal life and alpha efficiency for several more enamel samples.
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Do low-carb diets damage the kidneys? For just as long, experts have worried that such diets might be harmful to the kidneys. A study appearing in an For dieters, more protein equals more satisfaction July 24, HealthDay —If you feel less than satisfied on a restricted-calorie diet, a protein boost just might be the answer. Chronic kidney disease a warning sign independent of hypertension or diabetes September 25, Two new studies from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Chronic Kidney Disease Prognosis Consortium found that the presence of chronic kidney disease itself can be a strong indicator of the risk of High protein diets, from both animal and plant sources, improve blood sugar control in diabetic patients September 17, New research presented at this year’s annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes EASD shows that high protein diets improve blood sugar control in patients with type 2 diabetes without any adverse Study says overweight Americans may risk kidney damage when attempting weight loss February 21, With 1 in 5 overweight Americans suffering from chronic kidney disease, Cleveland Clinic researchers analyzed the nutritional and lifestyle habits of overweight adults, finding that their methods included diets and diet pills New analysis proves protein supplements provide significant benefits for weight lifters February 7, The debate is over.
Dietary protein supplements significantly improve muscle strength and size when taken by healthy adults who lift weights, a determination reached by McMaster scientists who analyzed dozens of research Now a research team at Lund University in Sweden has discovered that, independently of nicotine exposure from the Poorest dying nearly 10 years younger than the rich in ‘deeply worrying’ trend for UK November 22, The gap between the life expectancy of the richest and poorest sectors of society in England is increasing, according to new research from Imperial College London.
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Megan, a research assistant with our University of Georgia team, flew to Ontario to collect samples for our first round of radiocarbon dating, which we hope to submit before the end of the year. The sites we were sampling from were housed at 4 different facilities across the province: In all, we collected about samples from 9 sites. This might sound like a lot of samples and, to be fair, it is! We also collected a few more samples than we strictly need for the first round of dating, so that we have more samples on hand to date if we are able to.
The vast majority of the samples we brought home were carbonized maize kernels Zea mays , although we also ended up with some maize cob fragments, some bramble seeds Rubus sp.
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Roster McMaster was back in action as they continued their tour of southwestern Ontario in London, taking on the Western Mustangs in women’s basketball action Saturday afternoon. In a high-energy matchup between the two squads, the Marauders managed to see off the challenge of the Mustangs and win their sixth straight game with a narrow victory. With the win, McMaster kept up their pressure at the top of the OUA West, moving to and taking temporary control of first place with fellow four-loss teams Windsor and Lakehead to play games Saturday night.
Olivia Wilson worked the paint to perfection against the Mustangs, finishing the game with 18 points while shooting from the field. She frequently capitalized on opportunities from the foul line, as she shot 89 per cent on five trips to the line. The Marauders entered the game on a five-game winning streak, with their last loss dating back to December 2, , when they came up just short against the Ottawa Gee-Gees in a loss at home. A closely-played beginning to the afternoon saw the Mustangs taking a narrow lead at the end of the opening quarter.
Content to fire away from beyond the arc in the second quarter, the Mustangs were perhaps guilty of playing to the Marauders strengths, and hit only two of 11 attempts from three, falling behind at the halftime break as a result. With some halftime adjustments, the Mustangs applied more pressure on the Marauders, picking up turnover after turnover and leading to the Mustangs narrowing the gap and eventually taking the lead halfway through the third quarter.
However, McMaster was successful in drawing Western into foul trouble, entering the bonus with five minutes to play in the quarter. The visitors made good on those free attempts, and finished the game shooting from the line. Entering the fourth quarter, Western held onto a narrow lead, but the Marauders were quick to act as the quarter began, and built an eight-point lead at
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My two principal areas of research are: Using stable isotopes, I am studying paleodiet of ancient populations. I am also using tetracycline in human bone as an indicator of foddering and dometication. By studying stable isotopes in teeth of goats and gazelles from sites in Israel, we are learning about the relation between climate and human evolution. Studies of modern human bone by transmission electron microscopy are revealing new ultrastructural features of apatite crystals.
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The absolute age of a wide variety of rocks, fossils, and human artifacts can be determined by various laboratory procedures. Deciding which test to perform depends on the composition and believed approximate age of a particular specimen. For example Carbon 14 is often the method of choice for scientists dating organic artifacts like wood, charcoal, bone, and teeth that are less than about 40, years.
Carbon 14 as an isotope exists in Earth’s atmosphere at more or less constant concentrations relative to other carbon isotopes there are exceptions, which published tables compensate for.
Jul 3, – McMaster University – The Bottom Line. Developing activities to promote social activity among older men, especially those who are lonely or socially isolated, is complex. The men’s shed is an Australian concept dating back more than 20 years. This concept has taken root in Canada, with 17 men’s sheds in five Canadian.
October 9, , McMaster University While exercise buffs have long used protein supplements to gain muscle, new research from McMaster University suggests one protein source in particular, whey protein, is most effective for seniors struggling to rebuild muscle lost from inactivity associated with illness or long hospital stays. The study, published online in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, compared the impact of different forms of protein supplements on older adults, a growing population challenged by the loss of muscle and strength, or sarcopenia, which in turn can affect balance, gait and the ability to perform the simple tasks of everyday life.
Researchers found that protein did not stop lean muscle loss caused by inactivity, however, whey supplements helped to rebuild muscle once the participants activities resumed. Whey is one of the highest quality proteins and is ideal for older persons,” says Stuart Phillips, senior author on the paper and a professor of kinesiology at McMaster. Researchers set out to compare the impact of whey versus collagen protein on muscle loss during periods of inactivity and then recovery.
Whey is considered a high-quality or complete protein, meaning it is rich in all essential amino acids and is higher in leucine, one of the essential amino acids the body cannot make itself and therefore, must derive from food. Collagen peptides, by comparison, are much lower in their leucine content, lack or are low in essential amino acids.
For the study, researchers recruited men and women who were non-smokers, non-diabetic and between the ages of 65 and 80 years old. One group of subjects consumed whey protein , the other collagen peptides, throughout the study. For a five-week period their diet was controlled, including a two-week time frame where their daily steps were restricted to per day and their calorie intake reduced by calories per day, conditions that might mimic what older people often experience during a hospital stay.
Participants returned to normal activity levels during a one-week recovery period. The team had predicted that the collagen peptide group would experience a significantly greater muscle loss than the whey protein group, but that didn’t happen. Both groups lost the same amount of muscle. While protein was ineffective in mitigating muscle loss , say researchers, when participants returned to normal, muscle-building activity, the whey group recovered more skeletal muscle.