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BY DIANE PETERS | MAR 17 2022

Scientists are turning to small lab-grown cell clusters to probe basic questions, model diseases and test drugs.

BY KERRY BANKS | MAR 15 2022

The perfectly preserved specimen is currently housed at the Yingliang Stone Nature History Museum in China.

BY EMILY BARON CADLOFF | MAR 14 2022

Even before the pandemic, women professors had to deal with a different set of expectations.

BY DIANE PETERS | MAR 11 2022

The UPP is now looking to build an administrative platform and seeking input on responsible investing.

BY MICHAEL RANCIC | MAR 10 2022

Mechatronics researchers will be exploring the capabilities of Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot over the next three years.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | MAR 08 2022

A combination of factors has contributed to a pair of faculty strikes, with more possibly to come.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | MAR 07 2022

The hands-on brewing course was a unique opportunity for students amid the pandemic.

BY MAXIME BILODEAU | MAR 01 2022

Whether they like it or not, Canadian institutions will have to address the issue of cybersecurity – before it’s too late.

BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | FEB 28 2022

‘People doing computer science degrees, of any sort, need ethical training,’ says one of the designers.

BY UA/AU | FEB 28 2022

February 23, 2022 Universities take varied response to ending vaccine requirements Many provincial governments have announced the end of vaccine mandates, with some universities choosing to follow suit. In Alberta, where in-person learning will resume on Feb. 28, the University of Calgary, the University of Alberta and Mount Royal University have all decided to drop […]

BY MATTHEW HALLIDAY | FEB 25 2022

Sense of isolation during the pandemic spurred effort to unite senior Indigenous administrators across Canada’s universities.

BY CHRISTINA FRANGOU | FEB 23 2022

COVID-19 forced universities to cancel in-person events in January to remember those killed in the Tehran missile attack.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | FEB 18 2022

A lack of consultation from university administrators is leading to labour relations tensions at some institutions.

BY IAN COUTTS | FEB 16 2022

One challenge is how to avoid postsecondary institutions themselves determining the validity of an individual’s claim of Indigeneity.

BY SHARON ASCHAIEK | FEB 15 2022

Project aims to show it’s possible to remove gigatons of CO2 from the atmosphere and store it beneath the seabed.

BY JULIEN CAYOUETTE | FEB 09 2022

Now more than ever, faculty and staff are working hard to help students succeed.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | FEB 04 2022

A new Canada Foundation for Innovation survey finds that while young people generally trust science, action is still needed to improve literacy.

BY ELIZABETH HOWELL | FEB 03 2022

‘We need more breakthrough technologies, and we need more ideas,’ says one chemical engineer.

BY JULIEN CAYOUETTE | FEB 01 2022

We take an interactive look at some of the significant moments from the past year.

BY UA/AU | JAN 31 2022

February 2, 2022 Returning to in-person learning prompting petitions, walkouts Several universities in Ontario returned to campus or began a phased reproach to a full return on Jan. 31, causing concern among students and staff. The Toronto Star reported that students in the province felt “forced” to begin in-person learning, regardless of their personal risk […]