March 01, 2013
A diagnostic “cocktail” containing a single drop of blood, a dribble of water, and a dose of DNA powder with gold particles could mean rapid diagnosis and treatment of the world’s leading diseases in the near future.
February 28, 2013
What will life be like in 2030? It could be that the mining industry will have embraced renewable energy, that your health may be deeply linked to your personal electronics, or thattrains will once again dominate Northern Ontario travel.
Carleton University fund provides real, hands-on learning opportunities that give students a tremendous advantage once they graduate.
Brock's Goodman School of Business opens Bloomberg lab enabling students to tap into world markets in real time.
February 27, 2013
A new potential target for battling disease-causing bacteria – especially deadly bugs that resist current antibiotics – may result from a study by University of Guelph researchers.
A new technology, developed at Queen’s University, could see contaminants, ice, fingerprints and graffiti losing their grip on a wide range of surfaces.
February 26, 2013
A new project led by York University Professor Alison Macpherson will move evidence about how to prevent child and youth injuries into action.
February 25, 2013
Charlotte Yates, McMaster's dean of social sciences and a labour studies professor, has been awarded $2.1-million to lead a new auto policy research partnership based at the University.
Online streaming viewers in the United States, Bermuda, Europe and around the world were focused on a unique UOIT cybersecurity competition as the Faculty of Business and Information Technology (FBIT)
February 22, 2013
A new water filtration technology that could provide more renewable energy to power wastewater treatment systems, is receiving federal funding.
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