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Life Sciences - 06.06.2022
Scientists urge WTO to ban subsidies that promote overfishing
Scientists urge WTO to ban subsidies that promote overfishing
Q&As Alex Walls Scientists are calling on the World Trade Organization (WTO) to ban subsidies that can cause overfishing at its meeting next week.

Environment - Life Sciences - 06.06.2022
UBC experts on World Oceans Day
UBC experts on World Oceans Day
UBC experts are available to comment on various topics on June 8, World Oceans Day.

Campus - Politics - 06.06.2022

Economics / Business - Campus - 06.06.2022

Campus - Career - 06.06.2022

Campus - 06.06.2022

Politics - Environment - 03.06.2022
Educating global citizens
The pandemic and current global events have heightened awareness of existing global challenges, and highlighted the important role universities play in uncovering solutions and developing talent By V

Health - Life Sciences - 03.06.2022
The unsuspected virtues of hot pepper
The unsuspected virtues of hot pepper
Hot pepper is hot. But it's also packed with potential therapeutic qualities. Capsaicin is the molecule that has it all! UdeM experts explain. It adds punch, heat, personality. It injects flavour, colour, aroma. It goes by many names-habanero, cayenne, jalapeŮo, poblano, bird's eye-but hot pepper by any name always gets a reaction.

Agronomy / Food Science - Economics / Business - 03.06.2022

Earth Sciences - Campus - 03.06.2022

Campus - Social Sciences - 03.06.2022

Transport - 02.06.2022
The e-bikes are all right
The e-bikes are all right
Science, Health & Technology Lou Corpuz-Bosshart Metro Vancouver can safely integrate most new electric-powered mobility devices, study finds Love them or hate them, new mobility devices like e-bikes are here to stay.

Environment - Social Sciences - 02.06.2022
Q and A with the experts: Canada falls in the SDGs progress rankings; what’s required to make real sustainability progress?
Q and A with the experts: Canada falls in the SDGs progress rankings; what's required to make real sustainability progress?

Health - Life Sciences - 02.06.2022
University of Toronto researchers awarded 20 new and renewed Canada Research Chairs
University of Toronto researchers awarded 20 new and renewed Canada Research Chairs
From neuroimaging of aging to Indigenous methodologies with youth and communities, the University of Toronto's 20 new and renewed Canada Research Chairs are working to address key global challenges and advance knowledge across a wide range of fields.

Computer Science - Physics - 02.06.2022
Toronto startup Xanadu achieves quantum computing feat: The Globe and Mail
Toronto startup Xanadu achieves quantum computing feat: The Globe and Mail
Xanadu, a quantum computing startup founded by former University of Toronto post-doctoral physics researcher Christian Weedbrook , has achieved a coveted milestone by demonstrating "quantum advantage

Social Sciences - Music - 01.06.2022

Media - Health - 01.06.2022
A blueprint for science communication with Anita Layton
Researchers need to raise their game in light of new NSERC emphasis on knowledge translation By Jon Parsons Faculty of Mathematics The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSE

Campus - Social Sciences - 01.06.2022

Innovation - Campus - 01.06.2022
Improving the lives of older adults
Leading expert†in human-computer interaction joins Waterloo Engineering as new Schlegel chair By Amanda Brown Faculty of Engineering Cosmin Munteanu, a leading multidisciplinary researcher in human-c

Health - Campus - 01.06.2022
Celebrating Waterloo’s graduating PhD students
Waterloo recognizes six PhD students for earning the highest academic status within their faculty and their innovative research By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations For graduating PhD stude

Event - Health - 31.05.2022
Waterloo professor awarded New Zealand’s top scientific prize
May 31, 2022 Professor Ben Thompson is a member of the award-winning inter-disciplinary research team changing international neonatal hypoglycemia practice By A University of Waterloo professor has be

Career - Economics / Business - 31.05.2022

Campus - Computer Science - 30.05.2022

Health - 30.05.2022
A province-by-province look at excess deaths in Canada during the pandemic
A province-by-province look at excess deaths in Canada during the pandemic
Q&As Erik Rolfsen Pretend the COVID-19 pandemic never happened. People still would have died across Canada, and the number of deaths would have been somewhat predictable based on data from previous years.