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As a new assistant professor at the U of A’s Augustana Campus, Ivana Schoepf will build on her research into how environmental and disease stressors affect animals that are essential to ecosystems. (Photo: John Ulan)
Health And Wellness, Research, Science and Technology

Researcher aims to assess ripple effects of rodent disease

Protecting vital wildlife could also reduce health risks for nature-loving humans, says conservation biologist.

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Sociologist Temitope Oriola and archeologist Kisha Supernant (pictured below) have received national Dorothy Killam Fellowships to examine and find solutions to two pressing social problems. (Photo: John Ulan)
Society and Culture

Projects bring diverse perspectives to archeology and the justice system

A sociologist and an archeologist have received prestigious fellowships to examine and find solutions to pressing social problems in their fields.

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Ex-Alta 2, a small “cubesat” that will allow scientists to observe wildfires from orbit, was designed and built by a U of A student team as part of a mission launched today from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. (Photo: AlbertaSat/NASA)
Science and Technology

Satellite launch marks new milestone for made-in-Alberta space science

Second cube satellite built by student-led team will help scientists monitor wildfires on Earth.

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Training more new doctors in Alberta

University of Alberta Partners with Tennis Canada and Rogers to Bring Year-Round Tennis to Edmonton

From the President's Desk: Update on building the next University Strategic Plan

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