Innovation and Economics - Economics/Business
A new research study has found that banning menthol cigarettes does not lead more smokers to purchase menthols from illicit sources, contradicting claims made by the tobacco industry that the proposed ban of menthol cigarettes in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will lead to a significant increase in illicit cigarettes.
The inequality gap is increasing and so is conspicuous consumption - By Wendy Philpott University Relations - Our very human tendency to want to "keep up with the Joneses" is as apparent today as ever.
Founder Fuel: Student startup helps people make new friendships Faculty of Engineering The entrepreneurship ecosystem at Waterloo Engineering nurtures promising ideas into thriving enterprises. In our weekly Founder Fuel series, we look at new ventures and how they have benefited from that crucial early support.
Artificial intelligence chatbots that show positive feelings - such as adding an -I am excited to do so!- or a few exclamation marks - do not necessarily translate into positive reactions or contribute to higher customer satisfaction, according to a recent study by researchers from the University of South Florida, the Georgia Institute of Technology and McGill University.
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Student Development Coordinator (Internal Posting) Dalhousie University
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A rising star
UdeM International: helping students and staff get around, here and abroad
Turning drones into industrial workhorses
SFU's newest innovation space opens in downtown Surrey
Boosting clean energy adoption
Research commercialization sparks curiosity across campus
Solutions for a low-carbon future
Researchers explore strategies to 'bury' CO2 in concrete buildings
Continuing the founder journey from student to full-time
More than just buildings: Rotman grad pursues social impact in real estate development
UTAM achieves divestment pledge, sets more ambitious carbon footprint reduction target for endowment
University of Toronto receives Aa1 credit rating and stable outlook from Moody's