Forensic-science facility has seen its fair share of simulated mayhem.
All students offered admission to Western University for the 2015-16 academic year got an interesting item in their information packages: a “boarding pass” redeemable for $1,000 to help them finance an international learning experience. The new Western International Learning Award is available to full-time undergraduates in second year who are planning an international learning experience […]
History of civilian detention in Canada particularly relevant in light of current events, says organizer.
Expert chides librarians to identify their core mission and ‘unique value proposition.’
Scholars who feared for their lives in their home country have a chance to resume their careers.
Universities with up-to-date policies and education campaigns are on the right track to reduce cheating, but they can do more, researcher says.
Both Canadian and Commonwealth students to benefit from Diamond Jubilee scholarship program.
Consultant Robyn Jacobson discusses how these policies work, how they’ve developed over time and how they can be better.
Move reflects the fact that research is increasingly global in scope, scholars say.
Laurentian prof is trying to control the West Nile mosquito population.
Psychology professor Joni Sasaki wins a Templeton Foundation grant to study whether the urge to do good is in our genes.
Parchment a tangible connection to the medieval world and a valuable teaching tool, says instructor.
McGill professor carves out an unusual research area with her work on hacker culture.
The program hopes to help alleviate the barriers librarians might face when conducting independent research.
Threatens a key biophysical process that regulates stability of the Earth “system”, says international team of researchers.
The Dalhousie researcher will use part of the award money to fund a new research chair in theoretical chemistry.
LIVELab designed to investigate the experience of music, dance and human interaction.
U of Calgary lab is the only one permitted by Health Canada to infect people with a cold virus, but they have difficulty finding volunteers for their studies.
Pilot study gives “a good approximation” of how many people are consuming the drugs.
Process has been used in Canada’s criminal justice system for decades and, informally, with students at Canadian universities.