NSERC Science, Action! Video Contest

Three Carleton graduate students have videos in the top 40 of the of the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council’s (NSERC) Science, Action! video contest. Watch their videos below to cast your vote! Stopping Pseudomonas Nicole... More »

Grad Research – On Top of the World

Not every graduate student has had their field work thwarted by the presence of a polar bear. This is just one of the many hazards of researching ice islands in the Canadian Arctic, which is what Carleton PhD student Anna Crawford is currently... More »

Grad Research: The ATLAS Experiment

–Story written by Mitch Jackson Even when incredibly complex subjects like particle physics and the fundamental laws of nature are involved, the best ideas come up over a simple cup of coffee. This observation comes from Carleton student... More »

A “Flare” for Research

–Written by Mitch Jackson Bradley Conrad is one of the many Carleton graduate students working on the FlareNet project, which aims to provide a quantitative understanding of flare-generated pollutant emissions (i.e. “flaring”) which are... More »

Grad Research: Toxic Work Environments

–Written by Mitch Jackson Have you ever felt that your workplace was an unbearable place, filled with stress, emotional tension and anger? You may have been working in what is commonly referred to as a toxic work environment.   Ashley... More »