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Research and Markets: First Quantum Minerals Ltd: SWOT Analysis & Company Profile
First Quantum Minerals Ltd (First Quantum) is engaged in the business of mineral exploration, development and mining in Africa.
Executive Compensation: Rankings for Canada's top earners
92, Phillip K.R. Pascall, First Quantum Minerals Ltd. FM-T, $952,245, $880,517, $30,470, $603,658, $0, $0, $2,466,889. 93, Murray J. Taylor, IGM Financial Inc. IGM-T, $800,000, $661,500, $74,260, $349,500, $178,589, $341,000, $2,404,849.
Ranking Canada's top 1000 public companies by profit
The Top 1000 rankings in ROB Magazine and this website only provide a limited snapshot of data for the top 1000 companies in Canada.
Neuroscience: The mind reader
A change in blood flow to certain parts of the man's injured brain convinced Owen that patient 23 was conscious and able to communicate.
Fetal genome deduced from parental DNA
The first challenge facing those who wish to glean information about the fetus in this way is to figure out how to distinguish fetal from maternal DNA.
Ancient text gives clue to mysterious radiation spike
"I knew that going that far back, there's very limited written history," he says. "The only things I'd ever seen or heard of were religious texts and 'chronicles' that listed kings and queens, wars and things of that nature.
A workforce out of balance
Meredith reported her first Nature story - on gene therapy - in December 1995, fresh from a stint covering Capitol Hill and White House politics as Washington correspondent for The Oakland Tribune.
Sea versus senators
Could nature be mocking North Carolina's law-makers? Less than two weeks after the state's senate passed a bill banning state agencies from reporting that sea-level rise is accelerating, research has shown that the coast between North Carolina and ...
Metallic hydrogen: Hard pressed
High-pressure scientists have been trying - and failing - to make metallic hydrogen ever since theorists first predicted its existence in 1935 (ref.
How the brain views race
Our 2000 study was the first to link race preference to brain activity. We measured the eye-blink startle, a reflex response that people display when they hear a loud noise, for example.