Trends to watch over the next decade
Tricia McGuire-Adams is working to promote better access to physical activity and wellness for Indigenous peoples.
Stephen Newman and his team are helping industry produce chemicals more safely and sustainably.
Melike Erol-Kantarci is using artificial intelligence to build the 6G wireless network of the future.
Effectiveness, efficiency and equity are the three benchmarks that should guide public-sector stakeholders when addressing the challenges of a changing society.
Whether he is considering linguistic rights or wealth distribution, philosopher David Robichaud is always concerned with the concepts of equity and justice.
The lives of migrant workers in Canada are often fraught with difficulties. Delphine Nakache is seeking solutions to the complex legal issues involved.
Dave Holmes’ research in forensic nursing challenges established practices in psychiatry, public health and corrections to provide more compassionate care for patients and mentally ill inmates.
Keri Cheechoo explores the untold stories of reproductive violence against Indigenous women.
What does it take to build greener cities? Daina Mazutis shows how progressive business leadership can go a long way.
Michelle Giroux seeks legal solutions to problems posed by rapid changes affecting families and the medical sector.
Raphael St-Gelais and his team hope to reap the benefits of an underutilized energy source that is both abundant and sustainable.
Smita Pakhalé enlists members of underprivileged communities to work alongside academics in a novel approach to health-care research.
Populations at highest risk for HIV often struggle with access to treatment. Patrick O’Byrne is working to change that.
Elizabeth Dubois probes the changing face of public discourse in an era where tweets can alter lives.
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