Probing materials with X-Ray vision

By: Lisa Johnson

Student will help develop new ceramics for more efficient fuel cells, semi-conductor devices for faster computers, anti-reflection coatings for eyeglasses, and materials to quarant...

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U of S student tracks changing path to adulthood

By: Lisa Johnson

Study will survey young people about their experiences to better understand what individuals are likely to go through emerging adulthood.

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U of S medical student drawn to research

By: Lisa Johnson

Student chosen as one of the Top 20 Under 20 in Canada by Youth In Motion, a non-profit organization that celebrates young Canadians who demonstrate innovation, leadership and achi...

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U of S student homing in on untold history

By: Lisa Johnson

The study places the family at the centre, examining the effect of western-style housing on how famiy members related to each other and their Indigenous community.

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U of S psychology graduate advances epilepsy research

By: Lisa Johnson

Research provides evidence that the brain can generate new cells without having grand mal seizures or sustaining serious brain damage.

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U of S student uncovers history of trade blankets

By: Lisa Johnson

Awarded prestigious scholarship, a student will study how trade blankets have changed Canadian culture on the personal, private level.

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U of S student wins GG award for food research

By: Lisa Johnson

Lam uses the Canadian Light Source synchrotron to observe,how fats crystallize in food.

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U of S student exploring fertility in space

By: Lisa Johnson

The student studies the effects of estrogen depletion for women travelling in space.

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