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Delivery by drone: Revolutionizing the transportation of time-sensitive cancer treatments

Imagine a world where life-saving medical supplies could be delivered within minutes, free of most major delays and with minimal environmental cost.

New quantum tool developed in groundbreaking experimental achievement

For the first time in experimental history, researchers at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) have created a device that generates twisted neutrons with well-defined orbital angular momentum.

Collaboration and community support needed to address mental health challenges in...

This story is the second in a three-part series on how University of Calgary researchers and the United Way are making progress in the areas of raising successful kids

McMaster student-led startup working to solve emergency room triage delays

A McMaster student-led startup is working on solving the problem of delays in emergency room triage, starting with hospitals in Ontario.

Canada Foundation for Innovation awards UCalgary almost $10M for lab upgrade...

The University of Calgary has been awarded a $9.82-million Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) grant to upgrade the containment level three (CL3) lab where researchers will study SARS-CoV-2...

Bright fireball may have dropped meteorites in Niagara region

A cosmic drama unfolded over southern Ontario on the night of Friday, Nov. 18, triggering an international collaboration and a meteorite hunt. Just before midnight Eastern time...

New study reveals high rates of iron deficiency in women during...

Pregnant women may need to take more supplemental iron than current Health Canada guidelines recommend, after two UBC researchers found high rates of iron deficiency in a recent study.

Mac grad’s robotic arm offers students a chance to solve the...

As we mark Global Entrepreneurship Week at McMaster, we are highlighting the innovative thinkers working to turn ideas into reality.

Federal funds set to boost University of Alberta’s ability to handle...

Canada should be much better prepared to combat the next new virus or bacteria that threatens to trigger a pandemic, thanks to $127 million handed out to eight research facilities today...

Waterloo professor unveils new framework to accelerate tourism climate action at...

University of Waterloo Professor Daniel Scott was one of three leading experts who launched a new international Tourism Panel on Climate Change (TPCC) at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.
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