By Mitali Pradhan, November 18 2020—
Dr. Steven Coresllo, founder of the Drug Repurposing Hub at the Broad Institute in Cambridge, discussed the fundamentals of drug repurposing in a webinar hosted by Innovate Calgary on Nov. 17. He discussed his … Read the rest
By Elaine Pham, November 18 2020—
A recent discovery shows that platypuses glow in the dark.
Platypuses are bizarre looking monotremes that inhabit streams, lakes and lagoons across eastern Australia. They can spend time out of the water as well. … Read the rest
By Sergio Sharif, November 14 2020—
Researchers at the Cumming School of Medicine (CSM) have found that the immune system can be used to stop the growth of a highly fatal brain cancer called glioblastoma.
The immune system has been … Read the rest
By Luis Armando Sanchez Diaz, November 2 2020—
Progress is constantly happening thanks to groundbreaking people that continue to make changes and advances in science.
Recently, the world received the news that for the first time in history, an all-female … Read the rest
By Mah Noor, September 22 2020 —
Neuroscience has come a long way from its rudimentary origins in cutting out parts of the brain as treatment for various illnesses and afflictions.
Today, University of Calgary’s own Dr. Wilten Nicola is … Read the rest
By Enobong Ukpong and Nikayla Goddard, July 6 2020—
On July 7, a webinar will be held to discuss the challenges of dealing with COVID-19 in continuing care facilities. It’s a true meeting of the minds, with healthcare providers, entrepreneurs … Read the rest
By Patricia Sharleen, July 1 2020—
“The present is not necessarily the key to the past.”
All on its own, this phrase is not very profound. Paired with the recent discovery made by Dr. Benjamin Tutolo, an assistant professor in … Read the rest
By Sophia Lopez, June 12 2020 —
Seeing the rise of COVID-19 in Canada has definitely caused us to evaluate the way we’re quarantining, especially those with children. During the Anatomy of a Pandemic webinar held by the O’Brien Institute … Read the rest
By Holly Hastings, May 5 2020—
Have you ever seen a coyote do something that made you laugh? I think we’re all united in the love of watching coyotes bounce in the snow to catch their prey, known as the prey-bounce. … Read the rest