Given the rapidly-evolving situation with the current COVID-19 pandemic and in our continuing efforts to contain it, the University is adapting to research that needs to continue.
Research activities will be impacted by the recent measures implemented by the various levels of government and local authorities. Learn more about how this announcement impacts your research activities.
The University of Ottawa has received 10 Early Researcher Awards from the Ontario government. The award program aims to help new researchers build their research teams.
Professors Constance Crompton and Ebrahim Karimi are the 2019 recipients of the University of Ottawa's Early Career Researcher of the Year Awards.
Five uOttawa researchers play a key role in Canada’s rapid research response to coronavirus epidemic.
uOttawa research shows you can’t rely on pronunciation as a measure of linguistic proficiency.
Professor Brodeur’s research covers a wide range of topics—from terrorism and sex trade, to health and family planning—all through an economic lens.
University of Ottawa researchers develop technique to predict impact of climate change on species extinction risk.
The uOttawa T.-Cossa Lab is democratizing the field of nanopore research by offering free access to a unique tool to accelerate the development of new applications and discoveries.
The National Research Council of Canada and the University of Ottawa launch the Joint Centre for Extreme Photonics.
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