This colorized transmission electron micrograph (TEM) revealed some of the ultrastructural morphology displayed by an Ebola virus virion.

What's the chance Ebola will land in London? Microscopic

A case or two may land in London but an outbreak of Ebola on this side of the Atlantic is almost laughably unlikely.

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Bring on the slime

W. Sherwood Fox Public School students Laura George, 13, and Conor Nicell, 13, get a little slimy during one of the biotech-related challenges that make up the annual BIOlympics, Wednesday (Oct. 1), at Centennial Hall.

BIOlympics introduces kids to the joys of science

If 13-year-old Laura George learned one thing by taking part in the annual BIOlympics competition, it might just be that science wasn’t...

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Chili cookoff

Hundreds of bowls of chili were served at the cookoff Fanshawe College and the FSU staged to launch their 2014 United Way campaign Wednesday (Oct. 1).

Charity chili lunch fires up Fanshawe

Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but someday soon, the Fanshawe College students who walked by the chili cook-off in F hall Wednesday...

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Two-tier pet ownership system

Council has voted to create a two-tier system for pet ownership where homeowners are allowed up to eight animals while apartment dwellers can keep no more than five.

Council creates two-tier system for pet ownership

Should apartment dwellers be treated differently than homeowners? In the case of the allowable number of pets in a home at least, council...

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Ready for more Farm Boy

Farm Boy announced plans on Tuesday (Sept. 30) to open two new stores in the spring — one in Masonville (March) and the other in Beaverbrook (May). In addition, the company unveiled plans to donate $25,000 over five years for nutrition program at London Health Sciences Centre.

Farm Boy to add stores, 260 jobs

Farm Boy will open two more fresh market stores in London by spring 2015, the company announced Tuesday.

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CIBC Run for the Cure

It is expected approximately 2,300 people will flood into Victoria Park on Sunday (Oct. 5), to take part in the 20th edition of the CIBC Run for the Cure fundraiser for the battle against breast cancer.

London to build on 20 years of Run for the Cure success

It was just 19 years ago when fewer than 300 people came together to take part in London’s inaugural Run for the Cure.

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Mother Teresa Spartans Cole Kussmann and Bruce Mutuc team up to pull down Catholic Central Crusaders quarterback Andrew Theriault in TVRAA senior boys football action on Monday (Sept. 29)

Crusaders hold off late Spartan rally to post 28-21 win

The Mother Teresa Spartans senior boys football team have proved they are anything but quitters.

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