Evaluating scholarly work in the Internet age.
New medical students at McMaster found a surprise in their pockets.
York professor lauds the cognitive benefits of speaking more than one language.
Model aid project offers a simple, non-surgical treatment for clubfoot that is transforming the lives of thousands of children.
Could an economic perspective on grades help improve university teaching?
“We are family,” sang Sister Sledge back in 1979, but today what form that family takes is undergoing tremendous change, with important implications for society.
The 2011 census information about families, released this past fall, delivered a wealth of new data.
Today’s research environment pushes for the quick fix, but successful science needs time to think.
But mystery surrounds how the centuries-old book ended up at the University of Alberta.
Survey of 15,000 Quebec university students shows they’re “old school” when it comes to teaching technology.