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Video: Paul Delaney speaks to CTV about the current mission and end of the U.S. space shuttle era

Video: Paul Delaney speaks to CTV about the current mission and end of the U.S. space shuttle era

Paul Delaney, senior lecturer and director of the Division of Natural Science in the Faculty of Science & Engineering, spoke to CTV News May 14 about the space shuttle's current mission to the international space station. Crews are conducting space walks, loading equipment and bringing back experiments that have been running on the space station's […]

For York profs, it's science on-demand at Royal Canadian Institute gala dinner

For York profs, it's science on-demand at Royal Canadian Institute gala dinner

Have you ever wanted to have dinner with a scientist? Ask questions about Canada‚Äôs laser radar on NASA's 2007 Phoenix mission to Mars, the role of human genomes in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, the consequences of dwindling fossil fuels or perhaps how biochemical pathways affect obesity? The Royal Canadian Institute (RCI) for the […]