Ignotus aenigmaticus: an accidental, and amusing, Latin name

“A year ago, May 1902, I had a peculiar entomological experience.” That, believe it or not, is the opening sentence of a scientific paper –Annie Trumbull Slosson’s 1903 paper in the Canadian Entomologist, “A Coleopterous Conundrum”. This short paper had some unanticipated consequences. It’s an amusing story, and also a bit of a cautionary tale....

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Research and education highlights: Innovation and Portfolio Management in 2021–22

Research and education highlights: Innovation and Portfolio Management in 2021–22 Transfusion Blood Thursday, November 17, 2022 Tricia Abe Canadian Blood Services’ Innovation and Portfolio Management annual progress report for 2021–22 is now available.  The report recaps the collaborations in research and education that take place every day in Innovation and Portfolio Management to support our...

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