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Astronomy / Space - Event - 05.04.2024
Event: How to view the solar eclipse in B.C
Event: How to view the solar eclipse in B.C

Computer Science - Innovation - 05.04.2024
Expert explainer: 'Is this a deepfake'' Why we're asking the wrong question
Expert explainer: ’Is this a deepfake’’ Why we’re asking the wrong question

Economics - Health - 05.04.2024
Witnessing tomorrow's leading ventures today at Liftoff!
Witnessing tomorrow’s leading ventures today at Liftoff!

Campus - Innovation - 04.04.2024
Waterloo receives landmark $10 million donation to build prosperous future cities
Waterloo receives landmark $10 million donation to build prosperous future cities

Social Sciences - 04.04.2024
Unprecedented field work leads to new book about how to stop youth suicide from spreading
Unprecedented field work leads to new book about how to stop youth suicide from spreading

Law - 04.04.2024
Results for: Professor receives funding from Canadian Foundation for Legal Research

Health - Psychology - 04.04.2024
More awareness and investment needed to support people with long COVID: SFU report
More awareness and investment needed to support people with long COVID: SFU report
More long COVID awareness and education is needed among doctors, nurses, care providers and the public in Canada to reduce stigma around the condition and legitimize the disability, according to a new report from Simon Fraser University.

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 03.04.2024
Where the wild bees are-and aren't-impacts food supply
Where the wild bees are-and aren’t-impacts food supply
Honey bees-plump, fuzzy and famed for their honey-making-capture the popular imagination. Yet, wild bees are equally vital for pollination and, by some measures, outshine honey bees as pollinators.

Economics - Environment - 03.04.2024
New study suggests chemical companies hiding pollution under our noses
Research co-led by Ivey Business School's Tima Bansal sheds light on corporate environmental dodging It's been long known that chemical companies, which are among the largest polluters worldwide, tend to offshore or outsource their polluting activities. But, a new study,  Sweeping it under the rug: Positioning and managing pollution-intensive activities in organizational hierarchies  shows that chemical companies may have found another way to hide their pollution: in their own subsidiaries.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 03.04.2024
Antarctic expedition collects more than scientific data
Antarctic expedition collects more than scientific data
Arts Research Waterloo professor captures valuable experiential knowledge generated through interdisciplinary collaboration Research activity often includes social and instructional interactions, especially when researchers and students from multiple disciplines collaborate on a project.

Life Sciences - Environment - 03.04.2024
How do animals react to a solar eclipse?
Most humans are itching to catch a glimpse of the upcoming solar eclipse. But for some wildlife, this unique cosmic event is more likely to befuddle than bewitch.

Innovation - 03.04.2024
Results for: QAI Ventures launches global quantum technology accelerator and Canadian office in Calgary

Astronomy / Space - 02.04.2024
How to safely view an eclipse
How to safely view an eclipse

Campus - Career - 02.04.2024
UBC announces 2024 honorary degree recipients
UBC announces 2024 honorary degree recipients

Innovation - Campus - 02.04.2024
Leading minds join forces to future-proof cities

Astronomy / Space - 02.04.2024
Q and A with the experts: Unlocking the wonders of a solar eclipse
Q and A with the experts: Unlocking the wonders of a solar eclipse

Environment - Campus - 02.04.2024
Changing the climate of discourse in academia
Changing the climate of discourse in academia
University of Waterloo researchers discuss the challenges faced by researchers amid rising antagonism in climate science discourse Climate change is real and human activity contributes to the problem.

Microtechnics - Computer Science - 01.04.2024
A decade of winning ideas
A decade of winning ideas

Materials Science - Chemistry - 28.03.2024
Waterloo launches new centre for electric vehicle battery research
Waterloo launches new centre for electric vehicle battery research

Social Sciences - Campus - 28.03.2024
UBC experts on International Transgender Day of Visibility
UBC experts on International Transgender Day of Visibility

Health - Environment - 28.03.2024
Global health solution wins top prize at 31st Social Impact Showcase
Global health solution wins top prize at 31st Social Impact Showcase

Social Sciences - Career - 28.03.2024
The freedom to be who you are
The freedom to be who you are

Research Management - 28.03.2024
Results for: Professor cited three appellate decisions

Economics - Campus - 27.03.2024
UBC Board of Governors approves balanced operating budget for 2024/25

Environment - Social Sciences - 27.03.2024
The 2024 wildfire season has started - here's what we need to know
The 2024 wildfire season has started - here’s what we need to know

Health - Sport - 27.03.2024
Why your plans to age in place need to start now
Why your plans to age in place need to start now

Environment - 27.03.2024
Using pulp and paper waste to scrub carbon from emissions
Researchers at McGill University have come up with an innovative approach to improve the energy efficiency of carbon conversion, using waste material from pulp and paper production.

Health - Environment - 27.03.2024
Western innovators receive Early Researchers Awards
Western innovators receive Early Researchers Awards
10 faculty attract provincial funding for projects focused on health, homelessness and climate change Ten Western faculty members have been recognized with Early Researcher Awards (ERA) , attracting grants from the provincial government.

Computer Science - Astronomy / Space - 27.03.2024
Where’s the best place to see the eclipse? There’s an app for that
Developed by two UdeM computer-science students, Mon Éclipse simulates the path of the April 8 total eclipse of the sun.

Innovation - 27.03.2024
Stop out-of-control AI and focus on people
In a new book co-edited by UdeM's Catherine Régis and Jean-Louis Denis, experts from a dozen countries and a dozen disciplines argue for a more human-centred approach to artificial intelligence.

Health - Life Sciences - 26.03.2024
Researchers a step closer to HIV cure
Researchers a step closer to HIV cure
New study shows virus-like particle can effectively 'shock and kill' latent HIV reservoir in patients living with chronic HIV By 2030, the World Health Organization (WHO), the Global Fund UNAIDS are hoping to end the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and AIDS epidemic.

Health - 26.03.2024
Emerging research on scoliosis surgery links to self-image
Emerging research on scoliosis surgery links to self-image
Science Co-op student takes learning outside of the classroom, presenting SickKids research at a national conference As spine surgeons and health-care professionals gathered in the white-capped mounta

Campus - 26.03.2024
'Congeniality, comradery and laughter'
’Congeniality, comradery and laughter’

Astronomy / Space - Media - 26.03.2024
Ask Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen your questions about going to the Moon
Ask Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen your questions about going to the Moon

Health - Philosophy - 26.03.2024
Bioethicist Maxwell Smith named first Chair in Applied Public Health at Western
Bioethicist Maxwell Smith named first Chair in Applied Public Health at Western

Innovation - Health - 26.03.2024
Ontario government awards Waterloo researchers nearly $8M
Ontario government awards Waterloo researchers nearly $8M

Economics - 26.03.2024
Creating a beginner-friendly hackathon
Creating a beginner-friendly hackathon

Health - 26.03.2024
Waterloo Pharmacy professor receives $1.15 million as the newly appointed 2024 Applied Public Health Chair
Waterloo Pharmacy professor receives $1.15 million as the newly appointed 2024 Applied Public Health Chair

Health - Pharmacology - 26.03.2024
Results for: Study examines experiences of pregnant women living with high blood pressure
Results for: Study examines experiences of pregnant women living with high blood pressure
New research led by a University of Calgary clinical research fellow is shedding light on the impact of a specialized clinic for pregnant women diagnosed with hypertension, a condition related to high blood pressure that can result in serious long-term health complications if untreated.

Campus - Health - 25.03.2024
Results for: UCalgary launches Master of Physician Assistant Studies program

Health - 25.03.2024
Solar eclipses associated with increased traffic fatalities
With a total solar eclipse approaching, researchers are offering advice to prevent a possible surge in traffic fatalities based on new research examining traffic risks around the 2017 total eclipse.

Environment - Innovation - 25.03.2024
SFU professor leads global roadmap to advance printable sensors for sustainability and quality of life
SFU professor leads global roadmap to advance printable sensors for sustainability and quality of life
A Simon Fraser University professor is helping make strides towards a "sustainable, intelligent world" by propelling printable sensor technologies.

Health - 25.03.2024
More than 2M Quebecers don’t have access to primary care: OurCare report
Final Canadian OurCare report, developed in collaboration with McGill researchers, shares patient-led solutions to help address the worsening primary care crisis in Quebec More than two million peopl

Campus - Health - 25.03.2024
UCalgary achieves first-in-the-Americas global recognition with Healthy Campus accreditation
UCalgary achieves first-in-the-Americas global recognition with Healthy Campus accreditation

Social Sciences - Environment - 22.03.2024
A ripple becomes a wave: Inspiring water activism
A ripple becomes a wave: Inspiring water activism

Health - Pharmacology - 22.03.2024
Expert insight: Measles, contagious yet preventable- outbreaks, symptoms, complications
Expert insight: Measles, contagious yet preventable- outbreaks, symptoms, complications
Measles usually begins with fever, runny nose, conjunctivitis (red watery eyes), sore throat and coughing Canada is seeing a resurgence of measles, with cases in the first quarter of 2024 already far surpassing the total for all'of 2023.

Environment - Economics - 22.03.2024
Waterloo hosts inaugural Hub for Sustainability Integration conference
Waterloo hosts inaugural Hub for Sustainability Integration conference

Music - Campus - 22.03.2024
Opera star Marion Newman joins UVic Music
Opera star Marion Newman joins UVic Music

Health - Campus - 22.03.2024
New Foothills campus exhibit combines art, science and medicine
New Foothills campus exhibit combines art, science and medicine

Campus - 22.03.2024
Results for: No ’drought’ about it: Water restrictions are coming in Alberta this summer