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Hospitals with higher ratio of female surgeons, anaesthetists have better patient...

Greater sex diversity in hospital anaesthesia-surgery teams is associated with better post-operative outcomes for patients...

Canadian Pandemic Preparedness Hub receives more than $115M to boost Canada’s...

The Canadian Pandemic Preparedness Hub (CP2H) has been awarded more than $115 million to boost Canada’s capacity to develop and manufacture life-saving biotherapeutics...

What are the advantages and disadvantages of studying in Canada?

Studying in Canada is one of the choices for many Chinese students. However, there are also advantages and disadvantages to studying in Canada.

Western-led analysis shows potential in new Alzheimer’s treatment

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, affecting more than 55 million people worldwide.

Patients with neurological disease are likelier to die after COVID

University of Alberta study also shows higher numbers of new neurological disorder diagnoses among people with pre-existing conditions in the months after they have COVID.

Sustainable Data Science Training Program awarded $1.65 M from NSERC CREATE

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) announced more than $26 million in funding for 16 new training initiatives through its Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) program.

Professor receives Ontario Award of Excellence for promoting inclusive research

Caitlin Mullarkey, an associate professor in the department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, has received an Award of Excellence from the Government of Ontario.

Study underscores new strategies to fight drug-resistant bacteria

The team, including McGill Professor Jesse Shapiro, conducted one of the largest genetic studies to analyze the dynamic relationship between cholera bacteria, their bacteriophages and antibiotics.

Western’s Nicole Campbell receives prestigious 3M teaching award

Campbell is one of 10 recipients across Canada to receive the 2024 3M National Teaching Fellowship Award, founded by 3M and the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE)

Meet the students that broke the vending machine story

“It won’t get any bigger than this,” says River Stanley, a fourth-year University of Waterloo student in the Computer Science program...
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