Moving labs – so many variables, so little time

As many of our readers know already, I have made the decision to move our research lab from Cambridge to York. With the move so close now, the excitement (and the fear) is palpable and the amount of gratitude I have for people helping on both sides of the move is enormous. A number of colleagues have been asking about the process and whether there were any “lessons” learned along the way, so I thought…

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How did civil litigation become such ‘big business’​ and how is it that the US system seems so different than the Canadian one?

Here is a link to my latest post in LinkedIn. Excerpt: “What I have grown to understand is it is short-sighted for any of us to debate the outcomes of any case in any part of the world without first having a deeper discussion about litigation norms, cultures, and practices. Norms, cultures, and practices vary by country and jurisdiction.”

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This Week in Whales: July 15 – July 21, 2019

By James Christensen – Staff Writer Welcome to This Week in Whales for July 15 – July 21 2019! Welcome back to This Week in Whales!  This has been a very busy week here at Skaana! We have a few great new podcast episodes in the works and are back to updating our YouTube channel and posting videos on IGTV! Our newest YouTube video is an excerpt from the most recent podcast episode about the Lummi Nation’s…

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This Week in Whales: July 8 – July 14, 2019

By James Christensen – Staff Writer Welcome to This Week in Whales for July 8 – July 14 2019! Welcome back to This Week in Whales!  This past week we’ve seen a lot happenings with whales around the world and near our home base of Victoria, BC.  We’ve seen the birth of a new baby orca calf,  two other Southern Resident orcas are  “missing,” and more whales have wash up dead on the Alaskan shores, once again…

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