will help improve global health through new isotope production technology.
Join us March 17-22 for talks, activities and research presentations on the theme of water and energy.
UAlberta participated in think tank talks for new South American Silicon Valley.
English professor lifts the veil on the subversive lives of 19th-century erotic dancers.
Researchers develop new micro sensor that can analyze chemicals using a smaller volume of liquid than previously possible.
Federal grants bolster 23 UAlberta-led projects in all areas of health research.
President Indira Samarasekera says 2014 federal budget enshrines research excellence as a key priority in building a stronger Canada.
Research breakthrough reveals natural mechanism in brain cells that protects against “molecular piracy” of deadly neurological diseases.
Featured upcoming research events coordinated by or affiliated with UAlberta's Office of the Vice-President (Research):