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Kaiba Gionfriddo was six weeks old when he suddenly stopped breathing and turned blue at a restaurant. Kaiba’s parents quickly rushed him to the hospital where they learned that his left bronchial tube had collapsed because of a previously undetected birth defect. During the next few weeks the life-threatening attacks recurred, increasing in number until they became everyday events. Physicians and researchers, however, used some of the most sophisticated bioengineering techniques available to 3-D print a synthetic tube to hold the baby's airway open. Kaiba had the surgery in January 2012 and hasn’t suffered an airway collapse since.[More]
Do you want to integrate video segments into presentations and distance learning courseware?
The University Library has acquired Films on Demand: Master Academic Collection, a streaming video collection of thousands of high-quality digital programs and video clips, covering topics in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, business and economics, and health.
Subjects covered include: Anthropology, Area Studies, Art & Architecture, Biology, Business & Economics, Communication, Computers & Technology, Criminal Justice, Earth Science, Education, English & Language Arts, Environmental Science, Geography, Health & Medicine, History, Mathematics, Music & Dance, Philosophy & Religion, Physical Science, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and World Languages.
Our new hours of operation for the summer begin April 29th.
The library hours will be as follows:
Monday to Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30pm
Saturday and Sundays: Closed
We will be closed for all Statutory Holidays.
To help students deal with exam stress while studying at the Natural Sciences Library, the staff have set up a play station where the students can vent their frustration and stress on a colourful rubbery substance. A sign at the entry way explains to students the top five ways to use the substance.
What will you make?