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Ravens Racing Speeds into Second Straight Top 10 Finish at Formula SAE Michigan
Carleton University's Ravens Racing team came in sixth place at the 2019 Formula SAE Michigan competition, marking their second top 10 finish in a row. Out of more than 100... More
Gaining the Inside Track – Carleton Looks to Accelerate Canada’s Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Revolution
When it comes to developing the future of connected and autonomous vehicles in Canada, there appears to be nothing but green lights on the horizon for the national capital. Having... More
Carleton Researchers Receive NSERC Strategic Partnerships Grant to Improve Building Performance and Sustainability
Carleton University researchers, led by Gabriel Wainer, a professor in the department of Systems and Computer Engineering, and industry partner Autodesk, have received a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Strategic... More
Carleton Immersive Media Studio Helps Document the Tomb of King Tutankhamen
Since it was discovered by archaeologist Howard Carter in 1922, the tomb of King Tutankhamen has been one of the most significant — and most visited — cultural heritage sites... More