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Science grad saving lives.
From space to sea, how two science graduate students are exploring the movement and momentum of energy through dance.
How string theory and ultramarathons can put perseverance and grit back in your toolkit.
November 13, 2018
Two science alumni are addressing challenging health concerns—from prenatal genetic testing to aging and frailty—in their own way.
Tackling tough topics from ALS to Zika virus, Faculty of Science researchers are addressing society's most pressing health needs, one disease at a time.
Why the next breakthrough in human health care will be at the molecular level, with UAlberta scientists leading the way
How listening helps one alumnus focus on fostering potential.
November 1, 2018
Alumni Perspectives with Chris Fetterly (’18 PhD)
For more than 100 years, astrophysicists
have been puzzled by the source of high-
energy neutrinos, known as cosmic rays,
that travel to Earth at the speed of light.
A global team of researchers believes
they’ve now found the answer to the
extraterrestrial mystery: a blazar—a giant
elliptical galaxy with a massive, rapidly
spinning black hole at its core.
Scientists have discovered for the first
time a fossilized embryo, preserved
in ancient amber. The discovery is
rewriting what paleontologists know
about the evolution of modern snakes.
New research on managing aquatic
invasive species in Canada combines
the power of machine learning with
expertise in biology and statistics to
build a simple, easy-to-use tool for