Monthly Archives: March 2012

US and Canada

The battle fought over colonial Canada two centuries ago as part of the broader war of 1812 pitted a Republican administration in the United States, with its vision of small government, low taxes and democracy, against a British government that … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin – Injustice!

The injustice   THE news that the Justice Department will investigate the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin is a welcome development in a horrible story. Last month Martin, a high-school student from Florida, was walking to his father’s girlfriend’s … Continue reading

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Cerebrum

Gokul Jegarakshagan A building that once housed a Second World War torpedo factory seems an unlikely location for a project aiming to map the human brain. But the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging — an outpost of the Massachusetts General … Continue reading

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