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Rona Ambrose, federal minister of health, announced the funding Tuesday under the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Archive photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary

Rona Ambrose, federal minister of health, announced the funding Tuesday under the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Archive photo by Riley Brandt, University of Calgary  

University receives $39.1 million for health research Pediatric stroke project at Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute gets a boost from federal announcement
'Find something you are passionate about' Students reflect on how Common Reading Program encouraged them to find their way
Help build a shared sense of community at University of Calgary Common Reading Program inspired by author Conor Grennan’s mission of connection in ‘Little Princes’
U Voices: How to make Los Angeles more affordable and more livable Gregory Morrow, Faculty of Environmental Design, writing in the Los Angeles Times
Community-based BEd cohort takes first steps into history In innovative Werklund program, Class of 2019 will study remotely for majority of their course
Identifying a child by their gifts can be harmful in long run Werklund scholar Sal Mendaglio makes the case for person-first terminology

Research

Postdoctoral Fellow Joe Lemire, posing with an e.coli culture, is researching applications of a silver compound to fight antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections. Photo by Ashleye Tremblay, University of Calgary

Postdoctoral Fellow Joe Lemire, posing with an e.coli culture, is researching applications of a silver compound to fight antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections. Photo by Ashleye Tremblay, University of Calgary

Research offers promising way to fight infection using silver Biofilm Research Group explores silver's potential in battle against antibiotic-resistant bacteria
'Molly' and 'Leo' are gentle; 'Kate' and 'Kirk' are sarcastic What’s in a name? Plenty, according to new study into sound symbolism
Research leads to change in Canadian stroke care guidelines ESCAPE trial, led by Hotchkiss Brain Institute, contributes to new recommended best practices
Calgary study searches for cure to frequent fainting Libin Institute tests whether common ADHD drug helps overcome debilitating fainting condition
Study points to health benefits of women exercising for 300 minutes/week Alberta clinical trial of postmenopausal women has implications for reducing breast cancer risk
How the Human Performance Lab forged a Brazilian connection PhD student Rafael Fortuna continues an international tradition in biomechanics

U in the News

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Jul. 22 2015
Medical Physics Web Women in medical physics: the current status Wendy Smith, Cumming School of Medicine
Jul. 23 2015
Financial Post Add robots to the list of woes killing jobs in... Michal Moore, School of Public Policy
Jul. 23 2015
Calgary Herald Quidditch tournament lifts off in Calgary Rachel Malone, Schulich School of Engineering
Jul. 23 2015
Calgary Herald Five ways a weaker Canadian dollar affects... Michal Moore, School of Public Policy
Jul. 23 2015
CBC Calgary Calgary study finds link between first names and... David Sidhu, Penny Pexman, Faculty of Arts
Jul. 24 2015
CBC Calgary University of Calgary program boosts training for... Angela Higgins, Marsha Larson, Dianne Gereluk, Werklund School of Education
Jul. 22 2015
Powell River Peak Online Thirsk shares wonder as Pluto pictures beam to... Robert Thirsk, Chancellor
Jul. 21 2015
Global Calgary video RCMP reopen investigation into racist abuse of... Darren Lund, Werklund School of Education

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BioBlitz gives public a chance to survey and collect insects for research Community welcome to join scientists on a 24-hour survey in Kananaskis Country to study biodiversity
Influential Canadian composers to visit campus for music symposium Two-day conference to delve into history of music in Canada and role in Canadian culture
Curing Ebola, 3D printing a heart: Student-run symposium inspires 24th annual event, hosted by Cumming grad students on Friday, brings together ‘the brightest minds’
Nickle Galleries exhibit tracks design evolution of architect Ron Thom Show draws upon Canadian Architectural Archives at the University of Calgary