Researcher looking for Nova Scotia families for study of preschoolers’ screen time | The Chronicle Herald

If you spend any time around children, you’ve likely been amazed at how quickly even toddlers can figure out the workings of a cellphone or tablet. But that instinctive comfort with gadgetry could interfere with a young child’s overall development, a Universite Sainte-Anne educational expert says. Continue reading: Researcher looking for Nova Scotia families for … Continue reading Researcher looking for Nova Scotia families for study of preschoolers’ screen time | The Chronicle Herald

Natural moovement: Halifax researcher hopes cow tendons can replace metal in orthopedic patients | The Chronicle Herald

Regular trips to a slaughterhouse might appear to be a strange errand for a research scientist. But the cow’s legs that Brendan Grue picks up at a Nova Scotia abattoir are crucial to his goal of creating a new class of orthopedic implants that are naturally based. Continue reading: Natural moovement: Halifax researcher hopes cow … Continue reading Natural moovement: Halifax researcher hopes cow tendons can replace metal in orthopedic patients | The Chronicle Herald