Ebola researcher Gary Koblinger, a 20-year-old research team and an assistive-technologies pioneer are among those being honoured.
The City of Montreal has partnered with university researchers in a major project to decontaminate an old industrial site through vegetation.
Student mobility and research collaboration will be among the items under discussion.
The initiative builds on a pilot project in Nova Scotia to combat the region’s shrinking and aging population.
André Gaudreault of Université de Montréal among the Killam winners, while University of Toronto’s Lewis Kay takes NSERC’s Herzberg Gold Medal for Science and Engineering.
“There is a sense of pride, a sense of continued resilience in language learning,” says coordinator at the University of New Brunswick’s Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre.
Interactive website features videos, maps and plain-language explanations to bring home the reality of climate change to Canadian communities.
Science communication is becoming more and more important to emerging researchers.
For the last three years, the university has been sending newly minted doctors to this isolated territory to practise rural and remote medicine.
Shifting attitudes around drug use are changing the way universities address the opioid crisis.
Increases in some provinces make up for lost ground, while others tread water.
Making lunch out of research leftovers.
Investment in R&D as a share of GDP has steadily declined since 2001, mainly due to low business R&D expenditures, says expert panel.
The aim is to bring an end to “colonial approaches” that have traditionally excluded Inuit from research planning processes.
In the interest of cancer prevention, the creators of hitchBOT have paired the smarts of IBM’s Watson with Pepper, the most personable robot you’ll ever meet.
Read more about the winners and finalists of the 2018 Canada Prizes, presented by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.
It’s easier than ever for students to buy assignments. Until universities have better measures for rooting out this kind of cheating, professors are focusing on prevention.
“We’ll talk about anything they want to talk about, as long as we have something educated to say about it.”
24 researchers will soon join Canadian universities from institutions around the world – many of them expats looking for a way home.
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries proposes that institutions renegotiate unsustainable deals with journal publishers and transition toward open access.