Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
Mohamed Ibnkahla is working to develop sensors and network technologies that will help facilitate the Internet of Things.
Ben Williamson, a promising teen who is living with cerebral palsy, is coming to Carleton University with the help of its Enriched Support Program.
Alumni Rosemary Barton & Andrew Chang will form half of the new team chosen to host The National with Adrienne Arsenault, Ian Hanomansing.
Carleton's Shopify interns were front-and-centre in a private visit with His Royal Highness Prince Charles of Wales at the local tech giant on Canada Day.
Indian officials addressed more than 100 people at Carleton during a celebration of the important international Canada-India partnership .
Carleton professors Michael Wohl & Chris Davis have received a $650,000 grant to conduct research into problem gambling prevention and responsible gambling.
Carleton researchers have received nearly $700,000 to develop tools that will help evaluate helmet performance and prevent concussions.
Journalism students are spending a month immersed in the lives of Yukon’s Indigenous & non-Indigenous residents as part of a program called Stories North.
Carleton is offering a new Indigenous Studies program using traditional Indigenous knowledge and meant to appeal to students from all walks of life.
Carleton Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Prof. Mario Santana Quintero and his students bring digital technologies to heritage conservation projects around the world.
Carleton Film Studies Prof. Aboubakar Sanogo teams up with legendary director Martin Scorsese on a project to help safeguard African cinema heritage.
Sustainability requires more than technical and engineering solutions, delegates heard at an international water (iWISE) conference at Carleton.