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By measuring this ratio, we can calculate the age of a sample. But radiocarbon comprises only about one trillionth of the carbon in living organisms. Painstaking work is required to isolate and measure only the original sample carbon and produce a reliable radiocarbon date, one that is scientifically accurate and numerically precise. At Aeon Laboratories, we pursue this goal with innovative proprietary technology, the skill and discipline required to execute exacting procedures, and a thorough understanding of chemical and biological principles.

A long-lost painting by Tom Thomson was sold at an art auction in Toronto for 1,250 on Wednesday, marking a reversal of fortune for both the artwork and the Edmonton woman who kept the painting in her basement for years.

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The stick, which researchers at Laval University carbon-dated to the late 18th Century — 1770 plus or minus 20 years — is owned by Brian Gallama of Ancaster.

After the carbon dating at Laval, Gallama brought it to Material Legacy for study."I am very excited about this scientific journey," Gallama said in a statement to CBC. I am in suspense and want to know more about the sticks and what's next on this forensic discovery." The company is calling the research "the hockey stick project." A key component was putting the stick through both micro and clinical CT scanners.

Kathleen Wynne says an NDP government would be too rigid and idealistic to head south of the border to advocate for Canada's steel industry.

A local company is studying what's believed to be Canada's oldest hockey stick and in the process, revealing information about our country's favourite sport.

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For that task, Howie and Allen sought the help of Andrew Nelson, an anthropologist at Western University.

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