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Campus - Health - 17.06.2024
Over $22M in funding awarded to 131 UCalgary faculty members as part of federal investment

Innovation - Social Sciences - 14.06.2024
Western prof Luke Stark appointed CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar
Western prof Luke Stark appointed CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar

Innovation - Career - 14.06.2024
Times Square billboard features Calgary startup, UCalgary professor
Not everyone gets to see their face on a digital billboard in New York City's Times Square, but that's exactly what happened to Dr. Faramarz Samavati, PhD, earlier this spring.

Health - Pharmacology - 13.06.2024
When do Quebec doctors recommend exercise?
When do Quebec doctors recommend exercise?
Between 2010 and 2020, Quebec doctors became more likely to recommend physical activity for certain diseases but less likely to prescribe it for primary prevention or for obese patients.

Health - Campus - 13.06.2024
’Doom spiral’ a risk for public transit in post-pandemic era
A new study from McGill University warns that cutting public transit service could lead to a "doom spiral" resulting in a collapse of the system.

Health - 12.06.2024
Taking the temperature of the eye
Taking the temperature of the eye
Taking your temperature can often help a healthcare practitioner figure out if you're sick. A new University of Waterloo spinoff company aims to do something similar with your eyes.

Sport - Health - 12.06.2024
Changing attitudes on accessibility and inclusion

Environment - Campus - 12.06.2024
UVic a national leader in climate and sustainability
UVic a national leader in climate and sustainability

Environment - Research Management - 12.06.2024
SFU ranked No. 1 in Canada on climate action, sustainable cities in 2024 Impact rankings

Health - Campus - 12.06.2024
Many health-care providers are ill-equipped to recognize pain in abused children
McGill study finds only 13 per cent of those surveyed received training on child maltreatment and its effects on pain assessment Many health-care professionals are ill-equipped to assess pain in children who have suffered abuse, a new study by McGill researchers suggests.

Health - 12.06.2024
Thriving, not just surviving: Scholar unravels body and eating relationships among sexual and gender minority young adults
Thriving, not just surviving: Scholar unravels body and eating relationships among sexual and gender minority young adults

Social Sciences - 11.06.2024
McGill University issues updated offer to McGill members of the encampment, calls for return to good-faith discussions

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 10.06.2024
Using the moon's soil to support life, energy generation and construction
Using the moon’s soil to support life, energy generation and construction
Imagine the moon as a hub of manufacturing, construction and even human life. It's no longer a far-fetched idea baked in science fiction lore - increased interest and investment in space exploration are pushing efforts to develop the technologies needed to make the moon a viable home for humans.

Campus - Innovation - 10.06.2024
Ceremony celebrates success of early-stage innovators

Campus - Innovation - 10.06.2024
Celebrating convocation
Celebrating convocation

Health - Life Sciences - 10.06.2024
Creating a vaccine for an ancient, all-too-current disease
Creating a vaccine for an ancient, all-too-current disease

Health - Life Sciences - 07.06.2024
Assistant prof in biological sciences named CIFAR global scholar
Assistant prof in biological sciences named CIFAR global scholar

Innovation - Health - 07.06.2024
UCalgary community explores bold ideas at Inventures 2024 - the hottest startup event of the year

Health - Life Sciences - 07.06.2024
The face of anatomy textbooks is changing
The face of anatomy textbooks is changing

Economics - Innovation - 07.06.2024
Innovation grows at Western Research Parks
Innovation grows at Western Research Parks
If you've had a stent put in during heart surgery, there's a good chance it was tested by PolyAnalytik , a company headquartered at Western Research Parks.

Campus - 07.06.2024
Forever black and gold: Alumni reminisce at Reunion
Forever black and gold: Alumni reminisce at Reunion

Health - 07.06.2024
Local leaders break ground on the Waterloo Eye Institute
Local leaders break ground on the Waterloo Eye Institute

Innovation - Research Management - 07.06.2024
SFU named Canada's top university for innovation in global WURI rankings
SFU named Canada’s top university for innovation in global WURI rankings

Physics - Research Management - 07.06.2024
Taking quantum to the community
Taking quantum to the community
The University of Waterloo has officially opened its state-of-the-art Inert Atmosphere Fabrication Lab (IAFL) as part of the Quantum-Nano Fabrication and Characterization Facility (QNFCF).

Economics - Campus - 06.06.2024
Waterloo students win the global finals at CFA Institute's research challenge in Poland
Waterloo students win the global finals at CFA Institute’s research challenge in Poland
Arts How a team of accounting students sweep more than 1,000 universities with their pitch to buy Cargojet Inc.

Campus - Social Sciences - 06.06.2024
Scholars' conference explores the 'unruly and irreverent' in youth
Scholars’ conference explores the ’unruly and irreverent’ in youth

Health - Psychology - 06.06.2024
Health sciences prof Roula Hawa runs mindfulness study to reduce HIV risks
Health sciences prof Roula Hawa runs mindfulness study to reduce HIV risks
A Western professor is launching a new mindfulness study as a tool to create connection, heighten resilience and lower high-risk activity within a population facing many new cases of HIV.

Research Management - 06.06.2024
Waterloo celebrates newest Vanier scholars
Waterloo celebrates newest Vanier scholars

Health - Environment - 06.06.2024
Vanier scholar tackles pollution-related health challenges faced by First Nations
Vanier scholar tackles pollution-related health challenges faced by First Nations

Health - Campus - 05.06.2024
Seven UCalgary graduate students win 2024 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships
Seven UCalgary graduate students win 2024 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships

Earth Sciences - Astronomy / Space - 05.06.2024
Funding helps students explore ongoing mysteries of STEVE
Space mission uses nano satellite to learn more about the long, glowing ribbon of purple light that sometimes arches across the night sky A project at the University of Calgary is preparing for a spac

Politics - 05.06.2024
Publication: "Hard Lessons in Corporate Governance"
Hard Lessons in Corporate Governance provides an accessible introduction to the various failed attempts at using corporate governance to improve society. It introduces the record of these failures and illuminates hard lessons spread across thousands of empirical studies. If we look at the outcomes generated by various corporate governance 'best' practices, we find that none of the practices work.

Environment - Social Sciences - 05.06.2024
Government of Canada invests $6M in climate change adaptation and interdisciplinary research at McGill

Health - Veterinary - 05.06.2024
What’s the right antibiotic for Fido?
The CHUV has developed a new French-language platform in the Firstline app to help veterinarians and students select antibiotics for cats and dogs.

Career - Economics - 04.06.2024
Expert explainer: Will the Bank of Canada lower interest rates?
On June 5, the Bank of Canada will make its latest interest rate announcement amid speculation that a cut may be possible.

Physics - Innovation - 04.06.2024
Government of Canada invests $18.4 million in quantum research at Waterloo
Government of Canada invests $18.4 million in quantum research at Waterloo

Innovation - Campus - 04.06.2024
Celebrating 1,000 Days of innovation and collaboration at WatSPEEDá
Celebrating 1,000 Days of innovation and collaboration at WatSPEEDá

Innovation - 04.06.2024
Know your source: RAGE tool unveils ChatGPT’s sources
A team of researchers based at the University of Waterloo have created a new tool - nicknamed "RAGE" - that reveals where large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT are getting their information and whether that information can be trusted.

Campus - 04.06.2024
Class of 2024: Syntax and coding and singing - oh my! Following her passions leads one student to unexpected opportunities
Class of 2024: Syntax and coding and singing - oh my! Following her passions leads one student to unexpected opportunities

Materials Science - 04.06.2024
Two Western researchers receive prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship
Two Western researchers receive prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship

Health - Social Sciences - 04.06.2024
SFU-led research project awarded $14.6 million funding to prepare for future pandemics
SFU-led research project awarded $14.6 million funding to prepare for future pandemics

Environment - Campus - 03.06.2024
From classrooms to canals
From classrooms to canals

Campus - Earth Sciences - 03.06.2024
Global explorer achieves academic excellence

Campus - Economics - 03.06.2024
Celebrating Waterloo's Class of 2024 valedictorians
Celebrating Waterloo’s Class of 2024 valedictorians

Environment - Social Sciences - 03.06.2024
Government of Canada Invests $3M in Climate Change Adaptation Research at McGill

Earth Sciences - 03.06.2024
Discovering passion through volunteering
Discovering passion through volunteering

Campus - Economics - 03.06.2024
Nine extraordinary individuals to be honoured at Spring 2024 Convocation
Nine extraordinary individuals to be honoured at Spring 2024 Convocation

Economics - Campus - 03.06.2024
Waterloo thanks Dominic Barton for his six years as chancellor
Waterloo thanks Dominic Barton for his six years as chancellor

Health - Campus - 03.06.2024
The power of purpose
The power of purpose

Art and Design - 03.06.2024
Creating a custom degree
Creating a custom degree
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