Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Research at Carleton
A pair of Carleton University students sit in the front seats of a red Toyota RAV4 parked on Library Road outside the Mackenzie Building. A few seconds later, one of their classmates in the Bachelor... More
Psychology and Earth Sciences Share Early Research Awards
It's not often that researchers in psychology and geochemistry share the same spotlight. But that's what happened recently when Ontario's Early Researcher Awards (ERAs) were announced. Read on to read up on two noteworthy research... More
FOCUS ON FEMINISM: CANADA 150 CHAIR HEADING TO CARLETON
Shireen Hassim, an internationally renowned expert in feminist theory, politics, social movements and collective action, is spending the 2017-2018 academic year as a distinguished visiting professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard. But... More
Carleton Student Takes Second at Ontario 3MT Competition
Update: After her research presentation won first place and netted her a $1,000 award at the sixth annual Carleton 3MT competition on March 21, Daniella Briotto Faustino took second place at the provincial 3MT competition... More
Thinking Outside the Black Box
"It's no secret that travelling by air is among the safest methods of getting from point A to point B," says Paul Young-Davies, senior manager of software engineering at DRS Technologies Canada. Experts agree that... More
Glowing Salamanders Shine Light on Evolution
Carleton University Prof. Hillary Maddin, in the Department of Earth Sciences, wants to find out if glowing salamanders could hold the key to long-standing evolutionary questions.
Engineering a Data-Driven Health-Care Revolution
Carleton engineering students conducting biomedical research are on the vanguard of a data-driven health-care revolution. By using Artificial Intelligence (AI), they’re mining, processing and analyzing data on an unprecedented scale.
Police in Schools
One Grade 9 student said that the presence of police officers made the high school feel safer than other schools. Another said they felt safer while walking home. “If anything does go bad, they are... More
Preventing Neurological Disorders
Hongyu Sun's $2.5 million Canada Research Chair in Developmental Neuroscience is seeking a better understanding of how to prevent the onset of common neurological disorders.
Minister Kent Hehr has announced $1.65M in funding to support the Research and Education in Accessibility, Design & Innovation (READi). training program
Reducing Methane Emissions
Methane measurements in Canada’s oil and gas sector were the focus of a full-day symposium at Carleton University on Nov. 20, 2017.