Laurentian University

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Laurentian University,

main campus at Sudbury, Ont., Canada; bilingual, coeducational; founded 1960. Among its faculties are those in astronomy, commerce, computer science, education, engineering, law, mathematics, music, native studies, nursing, physics, and social work. Laurentian also has a school for translators and interpreters. There are affiliated campuses throughout Ontario.
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Ontario is improving safety for workers in the North by partnering with Laurentian University to support new initiatives designed to bolster occupational health and safety.
Laurentian University Mine Rescue Team sponsors include: Goldcorp, Soucie Salo Safety, Draeger Safety, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, Goodman School of Mines, McEwen Mining, and the Bharti Family.
It's a question Laurentian University professor Amadeo Parissenti and his research colleagues have been pondering.
He spent his undergraduate years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont.
For training of front-line workers at Laurentian University, a post-secondary institution that offers French-language education.
Reefs really do disappear during the Late Devonian," says Paul Copper, a marine paleontologist at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario.
Sudbury's Laurentian University has opened a new School of the Environment to expand on its expertise in environmental teaching and research.
For a food security project to be undertaken by Laurentian University in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Thorneloe was founded by the synod of the Anglican diocese of Algoma to be a church-related university in the Laurentian University Federation.
Other institutions involved are: Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario, the University of Guelph (Ontario), Carleton University in Ottawa, Laurentian University of Sudbury, the National Research Council of Canada, the Chalk River (Ontario) Nuclear Laboratories, Princeton (N.