Research could also help to reduce airborne transmission of COVID-19 in indoor environments, such as commercial office buildings
Carleton U's Benoit-Antoine Bacon among mental health advocates to be honoured at Royal Ottawa Foundation’s Inspiration Awards
Education leader is one of five individuals being honoured with an Inspiration Award during virtual event on March 4.
New 25,000-square-foot facility will feature a makerspace as well as design studios, workshops and meeting areas.
Technology targeted at users with disabilities has captured the attention of Canada’s largest airport and a global hotel chain since the pandemic began.
Ottawa organizations are members of joint Canadian-European program to build “flexible and scalable” antennas that will help transmit data in 5G and high-frequency satellite bands.
When given the opportunity to discuss the assistive tools or resources that enable their professional success, individuals with disabilities can be powerful assets for startups looking to scale up.
Mohamed Ibnkahla says his project could help identify people who lack food or medication during the COVID-19 crisis or show signs of the illness.
While Ericsson has long had a relationship with Carleton to attract co-op students and new graduates, the formal partnership will help bolster the networking giant’s local talent pipeline
Carleton University has unveiled plans for a new on-campus residence to accommodate its growing student population
Smart was head coach of the Ravens from 1999-2000 to 2018-19, presiding over the most dominant stretch by a team in U Sports basketball history