Nearly 10 years ago, a team of Calgary stroke researchers contributed to a revolution in stroke treatment around the world. The same team is poised to launch another monumental trial that could dramatically improve stroke outcomes yet again.
What are the building blocks of the universe and how do they work? Quantum physicists are piecing together the story of the smallest particles in existence.
April 7, 2024, marks 30 years since the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. It’s a milestone that reminds survivor Dr. Régine Uwibereyeho King, PhD, of the commitment she made to help others and stem violence through courageous storytelling.
Have you ever wondered who makes all the glass you find in a chemistry lab? The answer isn’t very far away. It’s tucked into the basement of the Science building, in UCalgary’s very own glass-blowing shop.
A professor in UCalgary’s School of Creative and Performing Arts makes a case for the positive effects of artificial intelligence on imaginative endeavours — and how it can amplify our creative output.
Up-and coming leaders, innovators and trailblazers reveal what’s on their bookshelves and playlists.
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed an oncology nurse into becoming a major community builder, breaking down barriers to create wider access to food, resources, and health services for vulnerable Calgarians.
For parents in a northern Alberta community, it feels as though their school division is embarking on a new era, one in which the needs of their children will be placed front-and-centre in determining the direction of their educational journey. For them, and for their Indigenous communities, this is no small thing.
A registered counselling psychologist and associate professor in the Werklund School of Education says this time of year marks peak-exhaustion for many people. Here’s why — and how to recognize, avoid and recuperate from burnout.
Changing social norms to advance gender equity within traditionally male-dominated workplaces is a tall order. A collaborative pilot program between the Calgary Police Service and UCalgary’s Faculty of Social Work proves the power of a “nudge” approach.
The potentially debilitating disorder is more common in kids than you might think and less researched than we want. A UCalgary researcher is changing the latter and shares some of what she has learned.
A surprise find for two researchers using biotechnology to edit genes in crop seeds has the potential to address global food challenges like drought, nutrition and food insecurity.