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As the shift to remote work has accelerated, it’s become more important than ever for employers to communicate with staff in a “clear, authentic way,” Talent Summit panellists said.
The Telfer School of Management’s two-year Executive Master of Health Administration program will begin in January, featuring six semesters of mostly online course material.
Researchers will partner with RabbitRun Technologies to make software-defined networks more resistant to cyber attacks, power outages and congested data flows.
Biotherapeutics Manufacturing Centre at the Ottawa Hospital’s General campus has been turning out cutting-edge therapies for nearly 15 years.
Sensor Cortek's trailblazing AI technology that helps autonomous vehicles detect pedestrians and other cars is capturing the attention of some of the industry's biggest names.
Simon Nehme COVID-19 Design Challenge sees students compete to develop innovative solutions and prototypes to address some of the world’s post-pandemic challenges.
High-tech wearable device that tracks key vital signs and monitors cardiac signals earns award for biomedical engineering entrepreneur.
Biotech startup believes its research could revolutionize the treatment of spinal cord injuries.
In a corporate world where big data analytics has become the next big thing, Greg Richards knows that business is still all about people and putting them in the best position to succeed
Scotiabank announced a donation Wednesday to fund new research at the University of Ottawa into artificial intelligence’s impact on society