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Earth Sciences - May 28, 2014
Earth Sciences
PhD student's studies of four-billion-year-old rocks show ancient crust generated in an Iceland-like setting. PhD student Jesse Reimink studied some of the oldest rocks on Earth to find out how the earliest continents formed.
Physics - May 23, 2014

UAlberta research shows new approach as effective as physical injury assessments, and poses fewer pain risks. Doug Gross (right) and his UAlberta research team developed an -based test to ensure injured workers are ready to return to the job.

Physics - May 23, 2014

UAlberta research shows new approach as effective as physical injury assessments, and poses fewer pain risks. Doug Gross (right) and his UAlberta research team developed an -based test to ensure injured workers are ready to return to the job.

Health - May 22, 2014

UAlberta post-doc's idea for paper-based diagnostic tool earns place among Grand Challenges Canada's Stars in Global Health. Frédérique Deiss shows off a design concept of her idea for a paper-based test to detect pathogens in food and water.

Art and Design - May 14, 2014

Canadian composers invited to create music using "sounds of space" generated by UAlberta physics experiment. Audio samples from a University of Alberta physics experiment are the basis of an international music contest that all Canadians can enter.

Health - May 9, 2014
Health

$3M project will bring together researchers from Canada and India to find solutions to common problems with water quality.

Physics - May 23, 2014
Physics

World-renowned UAlberta physicist to host screening of documentary on Large Hadron Collider and discovery of Higgs boson.

Physics - May 23, 2014
Physics

World-renowned UAlberta physicist to host screening of documentary on Large Hadron Collider and discovery of Higgs boson.

Health - May 22, 2014

UAlberta post-doc's idea for paper-based diagnostic tool earns place among Grand Challenges Canada's Stars in Global Health. Frédérique Deiss shows off a design concept of her idea for a paper-based test to detect pathogens in food and water.

Psychology - May 12, 2014

(From left) Researcher Matthew Johnson (centre) and co-authors Harvey Krahn and Nancy Galambos found that depression and anger experienced in the teen years can affect relationships well into adulthood.

Health - May 8, 2014

UAlberta researcher John C. Spence speaks with media during the 2014 Physical Activity Forum May 6. (Photo: Zoltan Kenwell) The average adult is sitting or sedentary for about 9.5 or 10 hours a day—and a University of Alberta researcher wants people to stand up and take notice.





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