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Economics - Innovation - 26.02.2024
Major funding for quantum tech companies spun out of Waterloo to advance and commercialize quantum technology

Architecture - Environment - 26.02.2024
Urban planning: Expanding the frontier for city schools
Urban planner and researcher Juan Torres shares his passion for visionary school design and more inclusive, sustainable communities.

Health - Campus - 26.02.2024
Results for: A slam dunk for knowledge translation at UCalgary
Results for: A slam dunk for knowledge translation at UCalgary
There are over 500 postdoctoral scholars at UCalgary bringing their expertise and ingenuity to advance research to improve the world.

Politics - Campus - 23.02.2024
Flourishing through diplomacy and creativity

Law - 23.02.2024
McGill launches legal challenge against government measures

Pedagogy - 23.02.2024
Teaching new arrivals, the right way

Health - Campus - 23.02.2024
Death of a giant of medicine
Death of a giant of medicine

Health - Chemistry - 23.02.2024
Results for: Vet med researcher takes transcontinental trip and transdisciplinary approach to tissue reuse
Results for: Vet med researcher takes transcontinental trip and transdisciplinary approach to tissue reuse
While working as a family physician in private practice and doing her PhD in cryoendocrinology at the prestigious V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University in Ukraine, Dr. Polina Kvasova's plans to complete her PhD were derailed with the Russian invasion in early 2022.

Social Sciences - 22.02.2024
Reimagining our history with Indigenous futurisms

History / Archeology - Campus - 22.02.2024
Digital repatriation of Tse'k'wa archive democratizes 50 years of archaeological and cultural knowledge
Digital repatriation of Tse’k’wa archive democratizes 50 years of archaeological and cultural knowledge

Psychology - 22.02.2024
Is it possible to predict when prejudice will occur?

Campus - 21.02.2024
United College is finding new ways to empower future changemakers

Environment - Health - 21.02.2024
UBC experts on 2024 B.C. budget

Environment - Economics - 21.02.2024
Report makes five recommendations to promote regenerative farming 
Report makes five recommendations to promote regenerative farming 

Environment - Materials Science - 21.02.2024
Outstanding plastic waste research earns prestigious Polanyi Prize

Campus - Event - 21.02.2024
Black scholars shape the future of veterinary medicine
Black scholars shape the future of veterinary medicine

Environment - 20.02.2024
UCalgary, Quantum City, PASQAL partner to advance quantum ecosystem

Campus - Career - 20.02.2024
Researcher receives 2024 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship

Computer Science - Innovation - 19.02.2024
UdeM partners with a South Korean company on AI

Campus - Pedagogy - 16.02.2024
UWaterloo faculty and staff couples share gifts of love

Economics - 16.02.2024
Schulich prof writes book on how to make pipelines safer
Schulich prof writes book on how to make pipelines safer

Physics - Materials Science - 15.02.2024
Funding for Western nuclear energy projects fuels a safe future
Funding for Western nuclear energy projects fuels a safe future
Researchers Hamidreza Abdolvand and Samantha Gateman are studying safe production and used fuel storage for small modular reactors Small modular reactors (SMRs) are considered the future of nuclear energy because they are smaller and more importantly, safer.

Environment - Innovation - 15.02.2024
New sustainability projects at Western get seed money
New sustainability projects at Western get seed money

Economics - Campus - 15.02.2024
Université de Montréal launches the largest fundraising drive in its history

Economics - Campus - 15.02.2024
Introducing the co-chairs of UdeM's new fundraising campaign
Introducing the co-chairs of UdeM’s new fundraising campaign

Economics - Campus - 15.02.2024
Pierre Boivin named 21st Chancellor of McGill University

Innovation - Environment - 14.02.2024
Collaboration can advance the greening of materials

Campus - 14.02.2024
Fantastic finish at annual alumni, faculty, staff and retiree day basketball games

Health - Physics - 14.02.2024
Treating liver cancer with microrobots
Canadian researchers led by Montreal radiologist Gilles Soulez have developed a novel approach to treat liver tumours using magnet-guided microrobots in an MRI device. The idea of injecting microscopic robots into the bloodstream to heal the human body is not new. It's also not science fiction. Guided by an external magnetic field, miniature biocompatible robots, made of magnetizable iron oxide nanoparticles, can theoretically provide medical treatment in a very targeted manner.

Art and Design - Campus - 13.02.2024
From a hashtag to real social impact

Psychology - 13.02.2024
Q and A with the experts: How does self-esteem affect relationships?
Someone with low self-esteem might assume rejection or neglect, leading to conflict in the relationship In February, as some people's thoughts turn towards romance, what does it take to keep a relationship strong?

Career - Innovation - 13.02.2024
Innovating through technology, business and design

Physics - 13.02.2024
Can dialogue improve our relationships?
A researcher in psychology shares some tips for navigating contentious discussions with anyone, including your partner. Just in time for a smooth Valentine's Day! Sensitive topics can quickly become sore points for a couple: think housework, parenting, money, and in-laws. Disagreements are seemingly inevitable, especially between people who share their daily lives and future plans.

Innovation - Physics - 13.02.2024
UCalgary alum works on securing our digital future using quantum technology
UCalgary alum works on securing our digital future using quantum technology

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 12.02.2024
Dating in the digital age: How online dating changes our partner selection
Dating in the digital age: How online dating changes our partner selection
The growing use of online dating websites, apps and chatrooms has an influence on the types of romantic partners Canadians choose, according to a new UBC sociology study.

Criminology / Forensics - 12.02.2024
When a crime's afoot, get ready to code
When a crime’s afoot, get ready to code
Criminology student Vincent Mousseau has found that forensic analysts do a good job of manually coding shoeprints for comparison against available databases.

Health - Social Sciences - 09.02.2024
Expanding community connections for Black students to flourish

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 08.02.2024
Hubble traces 'string of pearls' star clusters in galaxy collisions
Hubble traces ’string of pearls’ star clusters in galaxy collisions
Western professor Sarah Gallagher in astronomers' team which examined space telescope images of stars being born Galaxy collisions do not destroy stars, though this might seem to contradict conventional wisdom, not to mention storylines in countless Hollywood blockbusters.

Campus - Pharmacology - 08.02.2024
$2M donation from the Morris and Rosalind Goodman Family Foundation
$2M donation from the Morris and Rosalind Goodman Family Foundation

Environment - 08.02.2024
Global contest aims to predict peak bloom dates for cherry blossoms
Global contest aims to predict peak bloom dates for cherry blossoms

Environment - Campus - 08.02.2024
Western road salt research tackles ’big interest’ challenge
Study of winter road salt tests multiple formulations against a variety of metals for performance, cost and harmful impacts The crunch of salt underfoot and the stain on your winter boots is all part of a typical Canadian winter.

History / Archeology - Economics - 08.02.2024
Discovering Canada’s trailblazing Black accountants

Health - Physics - 08.02.2024
Up Start program turns research into impactful ventures 
Ten promising teams receive grants to advance commercialization efforts By Naomi Grosman Velocity Ten teams of students and researchers commercializing their novel technologies have received a boost

Psychology - 08.02.2024
Video game trauma can last for years
Some horror video games leave players with wounds that take a long time to heal, an UdeM researchers finds.

Economics - Innovation - 07.02.2024
Unlocking the power of AI

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 07.02.2024
The long journey of a child who died over 2,000 years ago
The long journey of a child who died over 2,000 years ago
UdeM's Department of Anthropology hosted a delegation from the Consulate General of Mexico in Montreal for a ceremony marking the return of Mesoamerican human remains.

Environment - Social Sciences - 07.02.2024
Event: UBC hosts seminar on Indigenous Peoples' right to traditional economies, sustainable development, and food security in an age of climate change
Event: UBC hosts seminar on Indigenous Peoples’ right to traditional economies, sustainable development, and food security in an age of climate change

Social Sciences - Research Management - 07.02.2024
3 things you didn't know about community-partnered research projects
3 things you didn’t know about community-partnered research projects
Research partnerships are a powerful way to foster meaningful relationships and create impactful solutions to common challenges.

Career - 06.02.2024
New Ivey report outlines how firms can effectively increase female representation 
New Ivey report outlines how firms can effectively increase female representation 
A recent report from Ivey Business School's Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management introduces distinct strategies for achieving gender parity in the workplace, tailored to the predominant gender makeup of different industries.

Computer Science - Mathematics - 06.02.2024
University of Waterloo joins Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance