For more than 86,000 Canadians living with a spinal cord injury, the struggles of daily living can often feel insurmountable to tackle alone. But what if those injured Canadians had access to a fully-functional robotic exoskeleton, capable of returning to them the one thing many of them miss most: their mobility?
Students won’t have to deal with the unpleasant sounds of saws, power drills and hammers coming from the Students’ Union Building basement much longer.
In what started as a joke, four East-coast professors are now seriously applying together for the single position of the University of Alberta’s next president and vice-chancellor.
A University of Alberta visionary has won the Medal for Distinction in Engineering Education from Engineers Canada.
Arson is probably one of the most challenging and time-consuming cases analytical scientists face. But a new computer program developed by University of Alberta researchers and the RCMP has the ability to shorten and simplify the problem solving process.
If you ask students which libraries they frequent on campus, they will most likely point towards Cameron or Rutherford Library. Not many will tell you the Bike Lending Library and Workshop is the first one that comes to mind.
The University of Alberta has initiated a university-wide password change to combat the potential dangers of the online security virus known as Heartbleed.
Your moody teenage years could be to blame for having to sleep on the couch last night — new research from the University of Alberta has found negative emotions from young adulthood can affect relationships 25 years down the road.
Germany ended Brazil’s dream of winning the World Cup in front of 200 million fans in emphatic fashion with a 7-1 drubbing of the host nation. But how could a team that has made it to the World Cup Final Four by defeating some of the world’s best capitulate in such an unbelievable manner? Here are some reasons that contributed to the perfect storm that was the most shocking result in footballing history.