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Social Sciences - 03.05.2024
Calling for action on National Day for Awareness of MMIWG2S
Calling for action on National Day for Awareness of MMIWG2S

Pharmacology - Health - 03.05.2024
Sequence2Script flips the script on how medication is prescribed
Sequence2Script flips the script on how medication is prescribed

Innovation - Chemistry - 02.05.2024
SFU professor and alumnus win Governor General's Innovation Award
SFU professor and alumnus win Governor General’s Innovation Award

Campus - 02.05.2024
Building community for University of Waterloo alumni in Ottawa
Building community for University of Waterloo alumni in Ottawa

Health - 02.05.2024
Vivek Goel invested as a member of the Order of Canada
Vivek Goel invested as a member of the Order of Canada

Computer Science - Physics - 01.05.2024
Building Canada’s quantum future

Social Sciences - 01.05.2024
Celebrating Asian Heritage Month
Celebrating Asian Heritage Month

Social Sciences - Campus - 01.05.2024
Results for: Luna Centre and UCalgary lead national movement in transforming child advocacy landscape
Results for: Luna Centre and UCalgary lead national movement in transforming child advocacy landscape
In Canada's child and youth advocacy landscape, where young individuals seek refuge from abuse and maltreatment, the  Luna Child and Youth Advocacy Centre (Luna) stands out as a beacon of hope and progress.

Music - 30.04.2024
A piano for smaller hands comes to UdeM
A narrower keyboard on loan from a U.S. company to the Faculty of Music reduces muscle fatigue and provides more comfort and sound control for smaller-handed pianists, typically women.

Campus - 30.04.2024
McCall MacBain Scholars Announces Class of 2024

Transport - Computer Science - 30.04.2024
Algorithms could solve the problem of ice buildup on planes
Algorithms could solve the problem of ice buildup on planes
The build-up of ice on an airplane in flight can seriously impair its ability to fly and, in extreme cases, lead to catastrophe.

Environment - Media - 29.04.2024
Climate Disaster Project wins national award
Climate Disaster Project wins national award

Sport - 29.04.2024
Former SFU basketball star inducted into Canada West Hall of Fame

Campus - 29.04.2024
New initiatives empower transdisciplinary research and collaboration by grad students
New initiatives empower transdisciplinary research and collaboration by grad students

Innovation - Career - 26.04.2024
Working with purpose to solve big challenges
Working with purpose to solve big challenges

Environment - Physics - 26.04.2024
Designing for a sustainable future using quantum technologies
Designing for a sustainable future using quantum technologies
On April 18, Transformative Quantum Technologies (TQT) awarded six research teams and their design ideas for the Quantum for Environment (Q4Environment) Design Challenge, whose green-tech solutions address global environmental issues.

Career - Environment - 26.04.2024
A mission to create a better future
A mission to create a better future
Transforming community spaces  Dr. Troy Glover (PhD '00) has dedicated his career to exploring transformative placemaking, which he describes as the aspirational efforts to convert urban spaces into meaningful places.

Health - Life Sciences - 26.04.2024
Marking a Canadian first: Robotic-assisted spinal surgery 
Marking a Canadian first: Robotic-assisted spinal surgery 

Innovation - 26.04.2024
Meet the entrepreneurs and innovators advancing happiness
Meet the entrepreneurs and innovators advancing happiness
From transforming peacebuilding with technology to developing AI-powered tools for mental well-being and championing inclusivity in STEM, these innovators illuminate new paths to joy.

Innovation - 26.04.2024
Roadblocks that lead to beautiful destinations
Roadblocks that lead to beautiful destinations

Social Sciences - 26.04.2024
Mehndi Boy: The courage to be your true self 
Mehndi Boy: The courage to be your true self 

Campus - Health - 26.04.2024
Sharing in the good times
Sharing in the good times

Innovation - Economics - 26.04.2024
Unlocking human potential through a universal basic income
Unlocking human potential through a universal basic income

Campus - Computer Science - 26.04.2024
Waterloo changed my life in unexpected ways
Waterloo changed my life in unexpected ways

Social Sciences - Campus - 26.04.2024
More than a credential or piece of paper
More than a credential or piece of paper

Social Sciences - 26.04.2024
Finding Indigenous community
Finding Indigenous community

Psychology - 26.04.2024
The science of happiness
The science of happiness
What is happiness, and why do we strive for it? Can we become happier? Should we? Is happiness a good thing?  These are the questions Dr. Megan McCarthy (PhD '16) asks her first-year students as they explore the meaning and concept of happiness.

Innovation - 26.04.2024
Adapting with intent
Adapting with intent

Life Sciences - Psychology - 26.04.2024
Researcher learns how our brains use art to Float into Flow
Researcher learns how our brains use art to Float into Flow
In attempting to capture the brain imagery of art-making, Brittany Harker Martin aims to spotlight a powerful tool for building mental health capacity in schools "Art smashes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.

Innovation - 25.04.2024
Global Futures in Focus: Uncovering today's challenges and tomorrow's solutions
Global Futures in Focus: Uncovering today’s challenges and tomorrow’s solutions

Environment - Health - 25.04.2024
University of Waterloo experts on wildfires
The University of Waterloo has experts prepared to provide insights on various aspects of the 2024 wildfire season, including wildfire risk, fire spread, computer modelling of fires, the impact on industry, changes to the quality of air and water and the associated health risks.

Economics - Innovation - 25.04.2024
New Velocity publication celebrates rich tech landscape at Waterloo
New Velocity publication celebrates rich tech landscape at Waterloo

Campus - Social Sciences - 25.04.2024
Education by and for Black communities
Education by and for Black communities

Health - 25.04.2024
New 3D X-ray microscope supports orthopaedic research at Waterloo
New 3D X-ray microscope supports orthopaedic research at Waterloo

Health - Psychology - 25.04.2024
Positive childhood experiences can boost mental health and reduce depression and anxiety in teens
Positive childhood experiences can boost mental health and reduce depression and anxiety in teens
There is an urgent need to "bring back the village" post-pandemic to support teens and foster a sense of community belonging for young people, says a Simon Fraser University researcher.

Social Sciences - Campus - 25.04.2024
There’s a reason Prince Chiagozie Ekoh sees human relationships above all

Environment - Innovation - 24.04.2024
Transforming environmental studies into global climate action with AI solution
Transforming environmental studies into global climate action with AI solution

Campus - Social Sciences - 24.04.2024
2024 Intercultural Capacity Building Grants now open for applications
2024 Intercultural Capacity Building Grants now open for applications

Campus - Health - 24.04.2024
Results for: Dr. Sandra Davidson appointed provost and vice-president (academic)

Life Sciences - Innovation - 24.04.2024
UCalgary mobilizes students, researchers and robots to help kids thrive
UCalgary mobilizes students, researchers and robots to help kids thrive
Biomedical engineering students apply technology to improve quality of life for kids with movement impairments Emme Comeau is 10 years old and already a veteran participant in research.

Life Sciences - Campus - 23.04.2024
Applying AI in the genetic studies of cerebral palsy
Applying AI in the genetic studies of cerebral palsy
Two co-op students from the Faculty of Science have made a big impact during a recent work term at the SickKids Research Institute. Murto Hilali and Kritika Grover are using AI as a tool to understand cerebral palsy - and their efforts have earned them recognition as contributing authors in an upcoming paper published in Nature Genetics.

Campus - 23.04.2024
Connection helps SIAT student form lifelong friendships and launch career
Connection helps SIAT student form lifelong friendships and launch career

Environment - Campus - 22.04.2024
A climate change diploma for every grad student

Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 22.04.2024
New Chung | Lind Gallery brings B.C. histories together at UBC Library
New Chung | Lind Gallery brings B.C. histories together at UBC Library

Event - Economics - 22.04.2024
PODCAST: Entrepreneurship is within reach
PODCAST: Entrepreneurship is within reach

Environment - Career - 22.04.2024
Weather extremes and adapting to an increasingly dangerous world
Weather extremes and adapting to an increasingly dangerous world
On a sweltering summer day, kids run across a soccer field as winds swirl and dark clouds form in the distance.

Environment - Social Sciences - 22.04.2024
'We need everybody': Mitigating climate change requires creativity, thinking differently
’We need everybody’: Mitigating climate change requires creativity, thinking differently

Environment - Campus - 22.04.2024
UVic reaches STARS Platinum sustainability rating
UVic reaches STARS Platinum sustainability rating

Social Sciences - Law - 22.04.2024
Interview with Michelle Bachelet
Interview with Michelle Bachelet

Health - 22.04.2024
Researchers can now predict kidney failure more accurately
Researchers can now predict kidney failure more accurately
A digital tool created by University of Calgary scientists, with international research partners, is poised to become the new standard for accurately predicting the risks of kidney failure and death in adults with moderate-to-severe kidney disease.