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.
Sonia Chiasson, Audrey Girouard and Yuhong Guo’s research projects are so impressive that they have received an additional boost in funds from the government. The three Carleton University professors are at the forefront in research... More
In August 2016, when Carleton University’s Matthew Johnson was asked to lead a major research project measuring airborne methane in a pair of Alberta’s oil and gas production regions, the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering professor... More
David Sinclair stands at the bottom of a cylindrical cavern two kilometres beneath the rolling scrubland of Sudbury, Ont. The walls of the Cryopit at SNOLAB — a world-class science laboratory accessed via a spur tunnel... More
Autonomous Vehicles On the Move
For the first time anywhere in Canada, an autonomous car is being road tested on a public street while communicating with live city infrastructure such as traffic lights and global position system base (GPS) stations.... More
SNOLAB Exhibit Opens at Carleton
Luminaries from Canada’s particle physics community gathered at Carleton University on Oct. 3 to officially open New Eyes on the Universe, a unique travelling exhibition showcasing monumental discoveries of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) and... More
Early Researcher Awards
Ontario’s Early Researcher Award (ERA) supports university researchers in building their own teams. Meet three Carleton professors whose innovative projects won them an ERA this year. Dale Spencer Sexual harassment, intimidation, extortion and exploitation have... More