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Concordia prof examines ‘afterlives of indenture’ in leading postcolonial journal
Women are making strides in artificial intelligence but are still underrepresented, according to new Concordia research
Concordia PhD student wins $100K Miriam Aaron Roland Graduate Fellowship
Sustainable Transitions Team Research Initiative funds five projects
Concordia’s Ursula Eicker co-authors policy brief on G20’s global sustainability approach
4D composite printing can improve wings of drones, according to new Concordia research
Concordia to host conference on contemporary societal values, identity and politics
Concordia is named 5th best in world for Sustainable Cities and Communities
Craft products are experiencing soaring growth: Here’s how firms are cashing in
Chemical engineering student tops Concordia’s Three Minute Thesis master’s competition
‘Concern, commitment and opportunity for action’
Concordia-made tool assessing indoor Covid transmission risks expands across North America
Concordia Library establishes long-term digital preservation initiative
Concordia biology prof awarded $6 million investment for innovative genomics-solution research
Cities are driving evolutionary change in cosmopolitan white clover, new global study finds
Gaming company Behaviour Interactive partners with Concordia’s Next-Generation Cities Institute
Climate change affects landscape freeze-thaw but not in same way everywhere, new Concordia study shows
Researchers take part in global projects on sustainability and biodiversity
Grad students throw technical language out window at Concordia’s Three Minute Thesis Competition
Pleasant smell of wet soil indicates danger to bacteria-eating worms, Concordia researchers find
Researcher explores how to make AI ‘more intelligent’
Nature-based carbon removal has critical role to play in reducing global temperature rise
Origins of diabetes may be different in men and women, according to new Concordia research
Concordia launches Applied AI Institute
Concordia art education grad students bring slow movement to university
Researchers explore role of readily available technologies for supporting low-resource populations
Researchers explore impact of Law 21 on students in Quebec
Concordia PhD student shines light on equity, diversity and inclusion in STEM
Dating apps sought to spark love during pandemic, according to new research
Concordia professor lands $1.5M for brain-health research from Weston Family Foundation
Canadian Institutes of Health Research fund 2 Concordians for COVID-related studies
Despite workplace successes, female employment is increasingly at risk due to Covid, research shows
Concordians consider how to unlock power of AI for nature-based climate solutions
Researchers organize province-wide conference on immigrant integration
Minecraft build can be used to teach almost any subject, according to Concordia researchers
New funding helps advance Canadian leadership in cybersecurity
Concordia to co-lead new $160-million Canadian cybersecurity innovation network
Electric vehicle charging stations are new focus for Concordia cybersecurity researchers
Concordia-made video game highlights daily struggles of essential workers
Researchers find patterns and predictors of physical distancing adherence
Concordia professor Joana Joachim tracks decades of up-and-down visibility of Black Canadian art
2 Concordia researchers join national project to understand and protect northern fisheries
Catastrophizing can lead to heightened pain as measured by cardiovascular readings, Concordia research shows
Concordia welcomes new director of experiential learning and cooperative education
How GMO labels affect customer decision making with food purchases
Concordia receives $1.9M for transformative coatings research
Concordia PhD candidates are recognized for their research on rehab technologies and international development projects
Humans are adapting to climate change, but not quickly enough, according to new research