September 29, 2016
Ecologists track wildlife movement to find best places for conservation corridors across proposed twinned highway.
September may be ending, but there’s still plenty going on in the halls, galleries and arenas of the University of Alberta.
Researcher embarking on excursion to Himalayas to study how people adapt to altitude.
September 28, 2016
Human settlement, abundant fruit create ecological trap for grizzlies in southeastern B.C.
Guest lecturer calls for education to break long-standing stereotypes and reduce criminalization of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Diabetes researcher receives more than $824,000 from JDRF Canada to explore new devices that will improve survival of transplanted insulin-producing cells.
September 27, 2016
Educational event aims to unfurl mysteries of the Sikh faith.
Canada’s education leaders gather at the U of A to discuss how post-secondary institutions can take action on truth and reconciliation.
Findings counter belief that oil industry is polluting environment with lead.
September 26, 2016
New technologies aim to make our cars and roads safer. But do they? And is it time to consider criminal charges and lawsuits to reduce distracted driving?