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Faculty of Arts and Science

July 9, 2018

Researching the potential for computer-assisted surgery and interventions: this research will enhance the computer-related components of surgery such as medical imaging, scientific visualization, and biosensors for clinical use.

July 9, 2018

Developing new tools to make it easier to rapidly assemble complex natural products: this research will address challenges for affordable health care by developing new tools that could lead to the creation of new drugs and new treatments for serious diseases.

July 9, 2018

Investigating how organic compounds interact with metals in the synthesis of novel materials and development of highly active catalysts: this research will help to develop new catalysts that will be useful in producing pharmaceuticals and state-of-the-art biosensing applications.

July 9, 2018

Investigating how species adapt to new environments over short time periods (years or decades): this research will improve our tools for managing biological resources that are threatened by global change.

July 9, 2018

Applying Indigenous and Western knowledge systems to research involving social and environmental justice and health equity: this research aims to create healthier relationships between Indigenous peoples and Settler (non-Indigenous) Canadians by advancing recognition, responsibility and reconciliation in community-driven and participatory ways.

July 9, 2018

Developing new theories and methods to allow us to study the motion of molecules and chemical reactions: this research may lead to new life-saving drugs, better energy-storage devices, and new solutions to global warming, while also training researchers in advanced computational science techniques.

[Dr. Daniel Woolf]
June 18, 2018

Dr. Daniel Woolf discusses his longtime interests in the genesis of historiography and his work on the history of the Tudor and Stuart eras of England.

[Dr. Tony Noble]
June 18, 2018

Dr. Tony Noble shares his experience studying particle astrophysics at SNOLAB as well as the recent award from the Canada First Excellence Research Fund.

[Antonio Nicaso]
June 18, 2018

After studying the Mafia for over two decades, Antonio Nicaso shares his findings and how the H2O molecule perfectly describes organized crime.

[Gregory Jerkiewicz]
June 18, 2018

Electrochemistry surrounds us every day, especially if you drive a car. Dr. Gregory Jerkiewicz is studying the fuel cell of the future, made from a surprising material: nickel.

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