Let’s confront misperceptions about our graduates.
Volunteer work can contribute to your graduate research and strengthen your CV.
Have you ever given a lecture and been completely sidetracked by an unanticipated question? Or presented a paper and gotten thrown off because your slides wouldn’t work?
Recruitment effort pushes the profession as a ‘great option’ for young men, but it’s still very much a female domain.
Technology developed at University of British Columbia turns the effluent from water treatment plants into a high-value phosphorus-based nutrient.
Enthusiastic volunteers help researchers with the labour-intensive task of collecting data and specimens in the field.
Researchers are assaying the genes of a huge sample of Quebeckers in a bold step to advance medical science.
Advocates for a revived officer training program at Canadian universities say it would prepare the next generation of leaders and bridge the gap between civilian and military society.
Graduate student Lech Lebiedowski rebuilds an old German fighter plane, piece by piece.
A recent message on the website of the McGill University bookstore said it all: the now famous McGill tie was sold out and it might take up to six weeks to fill orders.
A tiny auto-focus lens developed at Université Laval could soon spell the end to those lousy, out-of-focus pictures taken with cell phone cameras.
Universities say government’s proposal for new fellowships will help them to recruit top scholars.