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Concordia takes on global sustainability in digital age
Canada’s first training program for synthetic biology attracts top talent
McGill-Concordia-uOttawa research team finds correlation between COVID-19-based discrimination and poor mental health
Concordia-McGill-University of Ottawa research team finds correlation between COVID-based discrimination and poor mental health
Young queers are changing what it means to live in an LBGTQ neighbourhood, writes Concordia researcher
Concordia hosts whistleblower Edward Snowden at a free online event exploring gamified surveillance
Eye movements of those with dyslexia reveal laborious and inefficient reading strategies, according to Concordia study
Concordia doctoral researcher takes home prize for her cancer prediction and diagnosis work
Researchers seek to transform urban environments to meet UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
Virtual showcase highlights undergraduate students’ research – and their creativity
Concordia Library adds BrowZine to its service offerings
Concordia places among world’s top 100 universities for its support of UN Sustainable Development Goals
Charging thousands of electric vehicles simultaneously will be a big challenge for cities, writes Concordia researcher
Simulations reveal how dominant SARS-CoV-2 strain binds to host, succumbs to antibodies
Moon’s craters are muse for Concordia researcher’s science-based art
Making space for Indigenous artists to lead
Video game industry’s problems are mostly due to people, not technology, Concordia researchers argue
Land-based learning reconnects Indigenous youth to their cultures, says Elizabeth Fast
Concordia’s Innovation Lab allows students to pitch and test out new ideas
A team of Concordia entrepreneurs seeks to revolutionize how online content creators are paid
Concordia biology professor is elected fellow of Ecological Society of America
Bilingual babies prefer baby talk – in any language
Bilingual infants prefer baby talk, especially when it’s one of their native languages, according to new Concordia-led study
Psychology professor plays a key role in a new study of severe COVID-19 cases in Quebec long-term care facilities
Problematic internet use and teen depression are closely linked, new Concordia study finds
Neoliberal city needs to change, argues Concordia professor Meghan Joy
Concordia Library’s former researcher-in-residence advances machine translation literacy project
Concordia’s Institute for Investigative Journalism coordinates a major project looking
Concordia’s District 3 matches student talent with startups to accelerate innovation
University of Toronto, other universities form coalition to strengthen engagement and reduce climate-related risks
Moist return with new single and video “Tarantino”. Visuals adapted from National Film Board of Canada animated short
Concordia to partner with West African researchers as part of Queen Elizabeth Scholars program
Researcher says we need a radical shift in youth justice services
Institute for Investigative Journalism receives funding from Google GNI Innovation Challenge
From planetary rovers to emergent media: 5 Concordia profs are renewed as Canada Research Chairs
Time management can work but in unexpected ways, according to new research
Researchers find hormone treatment can be effective against polycystic kidney disease
Medieval Far North needs Indigenous perspectives, argues Concordia researcher
Canada announces support to combat land degradation and desertification in developing countries
Concordian Vanessa Mardirossian places third in this year’s MT180 competition
Deep tillage of soil can be a promising tool in offsetting greenhouse gas emissions
Concordia’s Indigenous Student Librarian Program taps into city’s strengths
Canada honours Canada’s top social sciences and humanities researchers
Indigenous knowledge and technology at MIT: “Is it wise?”
Many popular parental control solutions are insecure, according to a new Concordia paper
$62-million Applied Science Hub opens for research on Concordia’s Loyola Campus
Concordia joins National Council for Science and Environment Leaders’ Alliance
5G will revolutionize business – whether managers like it or not, according to Concordia Public Scholar