October 13, 2017
The most recent round of polarized discourse over water fluoridation, among other health issues, does little to help develop rational, evidence-informed health policy.
Study shows profound changes to fishing, water by communities.
UAlberta spinoff company has potential to completely rework chemical research—especially for pharmaceuticals.
Nuclear magnetic resonance tool promises to dramatically push up discovery timeframes for UAlberta researchers.
October 12, 2017
New nanoFAB manufacturing centre will allow researchers to mass-produce their technologies using inexpensive materials and low-energy processing.
New CFI-funded archive facility will push boundaries of climate change understanding.
Propelled by excellence in student services, UAlberta sits among Canada’s elite for the 12th year in a row.
Electrical engineering researcher receives federal funding for lab to explore a smarter power grid.
October 11, 2017
First-of-its-kind survey also shows disturbing rates of abuse directed at Alberta’s transgender youth.
Politically charged play, A Bright Room Called Day, explores the potential for activism in a polarized world.