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The recipe for an out-of-this-world university experience—or why you should DIY your degree
Scientists combine the ultra-fast with the ultra-small to pioneer microscopy at terahertz frequencies
Neuroscientist Kyle Mathewson and graduate student Joanna Scanlon gear up to take their research to the great outdoors
Stuart Rogers on getting the rolling ball robot rolling
May 31, 2018
Understanding creative problem solving at the intersection of art and science
Science on her skin: After graduating with her bachelor of science in June 2017, Brooke Biddlecombe got two commemorative tattoos reflecting her experience at the University of Alberta.
May 29, 2018
The next generation is outside the lab
Six scientists changing how we power our world
Chris Doornbos’ quest to power high-efficiency batteries to unlock the key to energy’s future
The recipe for an out-of-this-world university experience—or why you should DIY your degree.
UAlberta physicists have found never-before-documented evidence of strong winds around black holes during bright outbursts, when a black hole rapidly consumes mass.
Experts in diamond research in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences have made two groundbreaking discoveries this year, thanks to the superdeep sparkling minerals.
The mysterious 15th-century Voynich manuscript has baffled historians and cryptographers since its discovery in the 19th century. Scholars had yet to determine which language the text was written in—until artificial intelligence experts joined the investigation.