A new centre at the University of Ottawa dedicated to research and teaching in the field of science, society and public policy, is unique in all of Canada.
Karin Hinzer is harnessing the power of the sun to create electricity — with a little help from photonics.
Mindful of the gap, researchers around the world are racing to catch up to the work being conducted by uOttawa electrical engineering professor Pierre Berini.
Thanks to attosecond science, Paul Corkum sees chemical reactions at an astounding trillionth of a second at a time.
Physicist Lora Ramunno is improving our understanding of how light and matter interact and how we might be able to use light over matter.
A new approach to bee physiology is creating a stir in our understanding of super energy — intensive metabolics.
Is there a correlation between physician remuneration and output? An economics professor is trying to find the best way to meet society’s needs.
Discovery and Innovation at Work
- Luc Copeland and the GLACIODYN project
- Folic acid and pregnancy
- Improving wireless communications
- Supply chain processes and the environment
- Identifying yourself online with haptics
- Not enough Canadians receiving proper colorectal cancer screening on time
- Carbon dioxide and increasing global temperatures
- Using technology to create new opportunities based on customer needs
- Intuitive user interfaces for search functions
- Bystanders performing CPR
- The Centre for Research in Photonics at the University of Ottawa
- University of Ottawa Press presents: The Way Ahead: Meeting Canada’s Productivity Challenge