Globe and Mail
How Memorial is turning out a new generation of social entrepreneurs
Over the past few years, Newfoundland and Labrador’s Memorial University has developed a reputation for social entrepreneurship.
How Indigenous knowledge advances modern science and technology
Indigenous science incorporates traditional knowledge and Indigenous perspectives, while non-Indigenous scientific approaches are commonly recognized as Western science.
Ottawa scientists cure aggressive breast cancer in mice with combination therapy
A new research study shows that “triple negative” breast cancer can be successfully treated in mice with a combination of immunotherapies that weaponize the immune system in different ways.
Students create tool to filter homophobic, racist content
Two McGill University students have developed a web browser extension that blurs out homophobic, racist, sexist, transphobic and other hateful language.