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University of Alberta research teams awarded $100 million for pandemic preparedness

University of Alberta researchers will help Canada get ready for the next infectious disease pandemic, thanks to nearly $100 million in new federal research grants to find and make new vaccines, diagnostic tests and treatments against a wide range of threats.

Calling for action on National Day for Awareness of MMIWG2S

On May 3, the University of Waterloo community came together to observe the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S)

Restoring biodiversity in Canada

As the world commemorates Earth Day 2024, a Waterloo researcher shares how we can unlock more Canadian restoration solutions with community and academic collaboration

Pfizer Canada and McMaster to foster health equity in vaccine science

Pfizer Canada is investing $500,000 in McMaster projects aimed at addressing critical gaps in health equity in the development and delivery of vaccines.

Applying AI in the genetic studies of cerebral palsy

Two co-op students from the Faculty of Science have made a big impact during a recent work term at the SickKids Research Institute. Murto Hilali and Kritika Grover are using AI as a tool to understand cerebral palsy...

Two-dimensional nanomaterial sets record for expert-defying, counter-intuitive expansion

It is a common hack to stretch a balloon out to make it easier to inflate. When the balloon stretches, the width crosswise shrinks to the size of a string.

Ehab Abouheif named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement...

Ehab Abouheif, James McGill Professor in the Department of Biology at McGill, has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)...

How do you earn a high GPA? Tips from a top...

Charlotte Wargniez didn’t just graduate from the University of Toronto at 17 years old, she was recognized for being the top female science student across the university’s three campuses.

Can we really trust AI?

TRuST Scholarly Network hosts conversations on the transformational impact of artificial intelligence, big data and innovating responsibly.

Six lucky breaks lead to Distinguished University Professor honours for Stuart...

There’s no mystery about what it takes to be named a Distinguished University Professor.
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