He was inspired by "reading weird stuff as a schoolboy"; now he's seeking out every available chance to ask questions and get answers. Get the full story Look Inward for Passion, Outward for Opportunity
Cocrystals that can connect heavy elements are pushing chemistry into new territory, which may lead to innovations like waterproof devices. Get the full story ‘It Is a Very Exciting Time to Be a Chemist’
Insights into our how exercise helps bones repair themselves could lead to personalized treatments for the elderly and people with paralysis. Get the full story How Do Our Bones Use the Force?
How do we prevent the body from rejecting long-term implants like artificial hips? The key is designing and utilizing the right materials. Get the full story Building New Bonds in Biomaterials
His groundbreaking work in biomedicine earned him a prestigious international award. But what would he be doing if not for science? Get the full story Enjoy the Journey, Wherever It Goes
Researchers are hopeful that treating infections in donor organs using light therapy could massively boost the number available for transplant. Get the full story Let There Be Light for Donor Organs
Hundreds of species are at risk in Canada, but funds are limited. A new mathematical tool could help maximize our conservation efforts. Get the full story Which At-Risk Species Can We Afford to Save?
Modern mass spectrometers allow researchers to probe the contents of individual cells, helping us find what we've missed in biochemistry. Get the full story Centuries of Questions; Finally, Some Answers
Though burned skin tissue is usually discarded, it turns out it contains vital stem cells that could improve burn victims' recovery and quality of life. Get the full story Like a Phoenix Rising From the Operating Table
More than half of food produced in Canada is lost or wasted, and an entire cultural shift will be needed if that trend is to be reversed. Get the full story It’s Time to Make Taste, Not Waste