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BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | November 02 2022

New funding will allow the university to develop the space and infrastructure needed for the self-sustaining energy system.

BY DIANE PETERS | October 26 2022

The interdisciplinary approach to human, animal and environmental health is gaining traction in teaching and research, but the field still struggles against institutional silos.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | October 20 2022

The Syd Bolton Collection is the biggest known video game archive in Canada.

BY BECKY RYNOR | August 05 2022

Those affected include over 100,000 postsecondary students, one expert estimates.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | July 25 2022

Analysis found that sex differences are often ignored and only 5 per cent of studies used best practices for discovering differences between the sexes.

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | July 13 2022

Winners from a photo contest at Queen’s University use creativity to showcase their work.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | June 24 2022

Learning a second language sparks new connections in the brain that are stored as cognitive reserve.

BY SHAUNA MCGINN | May 19 2022

Concordia professor curates historical exhibition of Black Canadian works.

BY BRIAN OWENS | May 04 2022

How COVID-19 has transformed the way we publish and report on scientific research.


Looking back on a century of scientific growth.


Renewed international interest in our closest celestial neighbour is giving academics a chance to build out Canada’s space exploration expertise.

BY DIANE PETERS | March 17 2022

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

BY KERRY BANKS | March 15 2022

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

BY MICHAEL RANCIC | March 10 2022

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

BY SHARON ASCHAIEK | February 15 2022

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

BY HANNAH LIDDLE | February 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 | February 03 2022

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

BY JENNIFER QUESNEL | January 19 2022

Home to one of Canada’s only Level 3 biosafety labs, VIDO was one of the first in the country to isolate SARS-CoV-2.

BY ERIKA THORKELSON | January 18 2022

The Earthquake Engineering Research Facility is studying the dangers of seismic instability.

BY BECKY RYNOR | January 11 2022

Marine biologist Shane Gero studies how sperm whales live. Now he wants to know what they are talking about.