Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (left) watches after greeting Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge at Victoria International Airport on September 24, 2016 in Victoria, Canada.
Trudeau then switched it up and offered Prince George a low-five and a handshake, both of which resulted in a deadpan stare from the boy, who looked adorable in a light blue sweater and navy shorts.
This month’s papers describe high-impact findings that have to potential to change our perspectives on various scientific issues and questions.
And we totally didn’t over-hear our in-house team talking about what it’s like to date a translator…and we totally didn’t turn it into a blog post. We have to admit it was pretty funny hearing what their partners complain about, so we thought we’d share what they said.
After a brief conversation, they both realized they had a lot in common.
By the end of the day, High Five Ghost remarked how much he enjoyed being with her and suggested doing it again.
Unfortunately, when Celia does send the postcard, Hi Five Ghost can't read it and goes through a series of tasks to try and decipher it.
As we’ve seen before, many of the most popular scientific papers published in July revolve around human (and environmental) health.Later on Saturday, the Duke of Cambridge, 34, told members of the public, "Catherine and I are delighted to be back in Canada.When we were here last time [Summer 2011], we had been married only three months.8 women with the same Body Mass Index rating (BMI – 30). Read More Welcome to the Altmetric High Five for May! Read More Welcome to the Altmetric High Five for April!On a monthly basis, my High Five posts examine a selection of the most popular research outputs Altmetric has seen attention for that month. On a monthly basis, my High Five posts examine a selection of the most popular research outputs Altmetric has seen attention for that month.