Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
Injured soldier & student Adam Jones will compete at the Invictus Games while raising awareness about the importance of reaching out for help.
New Eyes on the Universe, a unique travelling exhibition celebrating the particle physics discoveries at SNOLAB is coming to Carleton University.
Carleton University celebrated its 75th anniversary during its annual Throwback homecoming event with a day of entertainment, great food and Carleton pride.
Carleton University is unveiling a fourth and final part of the CU75 campaign as it heads into the home stretch of its anniversary year.
Three Carleton professors with innovative projects have won Early Researcher Awards, which support researchers in building their own teams.
Changes to the campus skyline, the university’s senior leadership and more help usher in a new academic year at Carleton University.
More than 350 delegates interested in conserving culture attended the Digital Workflows for Heritage Conservation symposium at Carleton in August 2017.
The DEAP-3600 experiment, led by Carleton Physics Prof. Mark Boulay, represents perhaps the best shot scientists have in the search for dark matter.
Carleton Engineering Professors Onita Basu and Cynthia Cruickshank are working on sustainable engineering solutions for water and energy.
In honour of Carleton’s 75th anniversary in 2017, the Faculty of Public Affairs profiled 75 of its most inspiring alumni.
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.