September 1, 2004
It's the perfect marriage of art and science.
In a unique project at Queen's University's Department of Art, researchers are using the latest scientific equipment, and...
September 30, 2009
Ngalue cave, a Middle Stone Age occupation site in Niassa, Northern Mozambique.
When Jane Goodall reported her observations of tools use by chimps to famed...
June 9, 2010
Dr. Phil Currie (left), Michael (right), and the late Protoceratops andrewsi, Outer Mongolia, 1996.Michael Skrepnick
All that’s left of the most numerous,...
September 18, 2014
OTTAWA, September 17, 2014 - In an opinion piece published today in University Affairs, Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) president and CEO, Gilles Patry, comments on a recent Council of...
March 24, 2014
By Malorie Bertrand
When wheat germinates before it’s harvested, it ruins the crop, a problem that costs the global wheat industry as much as $1 billion a year. Since wheat is Canada’s largest crop...
July 15, 2009
Chris SomersUniversity of Regina
(Article courtesy of University of Regina)
University of Regina biologist Chris Somers is fascinated by how humans and wildlife...
November 19, 2008
Dr. Zheng in the CARE laboratoryUniversity of Windsor
Excerpted with permission from the University of Windsor.
Anyone who has ever stood on the street corner...
September 1, 2007
We hear it time and time again: CO2 emissions are a major cause of environmental damage. But what can be done about it? Scientist David Keith hopes to play a leading role in that...