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Scientists reject restrictive heat flux models using directly driven gold spheres
Commemorative stamp marks 100th anniversary of University of Toronto’s discovery of insulin
Researchers aim to prevent muscle wasting that causes many cancer deaths
Researchers modelling full impact of pandemic restrictions to prepare for next public health crisis
Research could help diagnose prostate cancer severity more accurately
Research targets faster, safer source of islet cells for people with Type 1 diabetes
Chemists discover how a plaque-fighting protein protects against Alzheimer’s
Team identifies new approach to tackling heart disease in people with Type 2 diabetes
VP&S Names 2021 Gerstner Scholars
Team identifies protein that blocks body’s ability to clear bad cholesterol
Canada Invests in Innovative Clean Technology at University of Alberta
Edmonton startup gets $2.2-million boost to help develop lab-grown meat
Researchers craft AI-based tool that detects bipolar disorder at earlier stages
Researchers are refining recipes for biochar that benefits industry and environment
Pediatric heart transplant method developed by University of Alberta doctors allows for more surgeries, better outcomes
Provincial cannabis marketing shows governments taking cautious approach: study
Chemists create high-quality memory devices using non-toxic liquid metals
Research reveals why kids often don’t stick with physiotherapy exercises
University of Alberta and TELUS partner on a 5G ‘living lab’
University of Alberta biologists study how changing boreal forests could affect caribou
Researchers warn of unintended poisonings from hand sanitizer, cleaning products during COVID-19
Nanotechnology innovation in water recycling could significantly reduce industrial use of freshwater
Ultrasound may have potential for treating pain after chemotherapy: study
‘Germ hunters’ discover rare lung disease in rural Alberta
Researchers study spread of mountain pine beetle in hopes of containing it
Stashing our stuff is little better than tossing it in trash, says marketing researcher
Grazing livestock could reduce greenhouse gases in atmosphere, study shows
Study examines how SARS-CoV-2 affects body’s vital organs
New clubroot strains show genetic resistance isn’t enough to protect canola, say researchers
University of Alberta spinoff company partners with Alberta Health Services to produce reagents for COVID-19 tests
Regular exercise may help new and expecting moms stave off depression during pandemic
Protective masks found to be safe for both moderate and heavy exercise
Little words, big impact: How adjusting pronouns and other language can improve health of LGBTQ+ patients
Made-in-Alberta COVID-19 vaccine candidate goes to clinical trials
Researchers push scientific boundaries, overcome stigma so women don’t have to ‘suffer in silence’
Alberta takes lead role in Canada-wide initiative to raise awareness, funds for women’s health research
New research may be key to making safe, durable COVID-19 vaccines
Researchers aim to end chronic pain in MS patients by finding its starting point
Exercising in morning might make it harder to remember things that evening, study suggests
University of Alberta lab reveals how flu drug works in hopes it can be tweaked enough to outsmart resistant variants
Canadian scientist briefs U.S. policy-makers on technology to remove carbon dioxide from atmosphere
New equipment will help University of Alberta scientists create compounds that could power future
Team receives new funding to advance understanding of misfolded proteins linked with dementia
New funding could help Alberta scientists unlock quantum internet
UBC Okanagan collaboration supports seniors nationally
Eating fruits and vegetables reduces carcinogenic effects of red and processed meats: study
Limiting invasive species may be a better goal than eliminating them, new research suggests
COVID-19 will lead to more child marriages, unintended pregnancies and sexual violence for teens