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NASA Administrator Bridenstine Attends Rover Demo at Carleton
A J5 planetary rover prototype rolled toward the podium in the atrium of Carleton University’s Richcraft Hall. The 1.5-metre by 1.5-metre machine, used to simulate and test rover technology and... More
Mayor’s Cyber Challenge Cup Gives Students a Chance to Win Paid Internships
Hackers are increasingly attacking the websites and information technology systems of private companies and public organizations. The good news is that something is now being done about it. CGI, Bank... More
Mission Control Space Services to Host NASA and CSA Leaders for Space Rover Technology Demonstration...
Mission Control, a space exploration and robotics company operating out of Carleton University’s Accelerator for entrepreneurs, will host Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jim Bridenstine, Canadian Space... More
Cultivating a Career
One of Jane Schwering’s favourite places to study at Carleton University is on the 5th floor of the school’s main library. From that height, close to the large windows along the west side, she has... More
When she was an Industrial Design student at Carleton University, Heather Jeffery had a series of retail jobs to pay the bills and was dismayed by how much perfectly useable material — shelving units, furniture... More
Energy Road Map
The MoCreebec Eeyoud First Nation in Moose Factory, Ont., wants to reduce energy costs and take ownership of power consumption. Carleton University students Joshua Russell and Keelia LaFreniere are helping them figure out the best... More