Collective effort focused on holding companies in which universities invest, accountable and achieve sustainability goals.
Researchers won’t have to leave the country to perform experiments that allow them to see inside materials.
Not only is it a myth that Canada has an abundance of readily accessible water, say researchers, but we’re poorly managing what we do have.
Additional country-wide lab infrastructure and training capacity will allow researchers to be ‘ready to go.’
To tackle the world’s biggest problems, ‘we’re going to need our government and scientists working together.’
Using portable 3D scanners, a team of professors and graduate students created a new database that attempts to replicate the hands-on experience of identifying fossils and other specimens.
Universities are turning to the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals as a blueprint for achieving a better and more prosperous world.
With three shows in development, the Amplify network aims to bring peer-reviewed podcasts to the public.
New expert report from the Council of Canadian Academies finds a growing number of doctoral graduates in Canada is having trouble transitioning to the labour market.
The new online portal makes it simple to find research projects and contact primary investigators nationwide.
As an eventful 2020 comes to an end, here are the stories and issues that shaped the year in Canadian higher education. Stories that made 2020 Flight 752: a terrible start to the year While the pandemic has been uppermost in most people’s minds in 2020, the new year began with another unimaginable tragedy: the death of all 176 passengers and […]
Take the opportunity to try different publishing avenues, change the course of your research or recognize that all scholars run into a slowdown at some point in their career – this does not make you a failure.
For Canada to succeed in curbing COVID-19, all communities need to succeed, says Brock University president and co-investigator Gervan Fearon.
Chronic procrastination is on the rise, say experts, and appears to be prevalent among academics. We really should get around to doing something about it.
Researchers are using drones, geolocation and other cutting-edge tools to follow hard-to-study animals in their natural habitats.
Failure by the group’s membership to include a wider range of voices is a serious error for an inquiry of such global import.
Foreign hackers are prying into COVID-19 research from around the world, and Canadian universities are not immune.
Researchers expect big things if and when dependable quantum computing becomes a reality, and they are eager to ensure that the country is well-positioned to play a meaningful part.
Instructors recreate campus laboratories and class field trips with at-home lab kits.
It is likely the tsunami of research triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic will generate its fair share of conflicts related to the confidentiality of research data and intellectual property.