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  • Canadian Centre of Academic Art and Science (CCAAS) provides publication and other services in Art and Science to the worldwide community. The CCAAS seeks to improve our community and people's life through providing quality communications and services in both artistic and academic ways.

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    Publication and Publication-related: Prior-publication Services Including Translations; Publications
    Research: Proposal Consulting/ Writing.
    Accounting: Full-Cycle Bookkeeping; Accounting System Setup, Business Application and Consulting; Activity, Cost, Budgeting and Variance Analysis.
    Education: Math and Chemistry.
    Recruitment: Officer, Accounting and Researcher.

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    Toronto, Ontario, M1S 5G8, Canada
    Tel: 647-729-6519
    Email: info@ccaasmag.org

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    CCAAS focus is currently on prior-publication services and research proposal consulting/ writing, and other services listed on the left. Please address your inquires to info@ccaasmag.org

    At the same time, CCAAS is also an open platform for academic research publications:

    The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Announced

    Congratulates this year's Nobel Laureates in Chemistry: JJohn Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino “for the development of lithium-ion batteries”.

    The 2019 Pritzker Architecture Prize Announced

    Arata Isozaki, distinguished Japanese architect, city planner and theorist, was announced to be the recipients of the 2019 Pritzker Architecture Prize. “Possessing a profound knowledge of architectural history and theory, and embracing the avant-garde, he never merely replicated the status quo, but his search for meaningful architecture was reflected in his buildings that to this day, defy stylistic categorizations, are constantly evolving, and always fresh in their approach.”

    Latest Article: Observations on the Fantastic Nature in the Architecture of Aldo Rossi

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