OTTAWA, February 28, 2012 — What are the chances the human of tomorrow will have an organ that we currently don’t? Imagine a new organism with four small lungs, an IP address and a Twitter account. University of Ottawa professor Andrew Pelling’s research shows that the possibilities of a post-human future are endless.
OTTAWA, February 27, 2012 — University of Ottawa engineering student Jimmy Ly has been selected by the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) as a winner of the 2012 André Hamer Postgraduate Prize for his research, which may greatly decrease factors that lead to bridge failures.
OTTAWA, February 13, 2012 — Five University of Ottawa scientists have been awarded a total of $1.7 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) in support of research projects that could greatly impact the country’s economic, social and environmental landscape over the next ten years.
OTTAWA, February 1, 2012 — The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, minister of health, and the Honourable Gary Goodyear, minister of state for science and technology, were at uOttawa on January 31 to announce a major investment in genetic research. The ultimate objective is to advance personalized medicine, which has the potential to both provide more effective individual treatment for Canadians and make the country’s healthcare system more sustainable.
OTTAWA, January 25, 2012 — The University of Ottawa is delighted to announce Jean-François Bureau and Howard Rundle as recipients of this year’s Young Researcher of the Year Awards. The awards are presented annually to two University of Ottawa faculty members who have made exceptional contributions to research and student mentorship.
OTTAWA, January 20, 2012 — It’s not winter in Canada if children don’t spend time speeding down the slopes! Canadian tobogganing is a tradition handed down from generation to generation. It’s been considered one of the safest winter activities for a long time.
OTTAWA, January 17, 2012 — It was not so long ago that the notion of robots living and working among us was just an idea rooted in science fiction. However, uOttawa professor Emil Petriu is rapidly turning this idea into scientific fact through his development of technology that mimics the human hand’s tactile process.
OTTAWA, January 17, 2012 — The University of Ottawa invite the media to the official launch of the NSERC / Pratt & Whitney Canada Chair for Women in Science and Engineering for the Ontario Region, where you will meet the chairholder, Catherine Mavriplis, professor at the Faculty of Engineering.