Reading comprehension from a smartphone screen is as low as half of that when reading from a standard desktop monitor, according to a recent study by a University of Alberta research team.
A recent study at Ryerson University debunked the common assumption that playing violent video games desensitizes gamers to violence, but only for young adult gamers.
The University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina have teamed up to conduct a study on disparities in health across the province.
Saskatchewan has one of the highest rates of asthma and other chronic lung disease nationwide.
Until recent years, antimatter was merely a theoretical convenience and dramatic plot device. Now, thanks in large part to researchers from Canada, antimatter has not only been proven to exist but has also been trapped long enough to be tested.
The Biology Club is focused on hosting the Prairie University Biology Symposium, which will run Feb. 24 to 26.
The U of S has signed an agreement with a research institute in the Netherlands to collaborate on environmental monitoring technology.
Food adulteration may not be a buzzword, but it has a huge impact on businesses worldwide.
They say there's no way to stop the common cold, but researcher Malcolm King at the University of Alberta has been working on a way to stop airborne pathogens with a spray, and it could revolutionize the treatment of many illnesses.
With his $20,000 research grant, Karthik Shankar intends to develop a more efficient, cheaper solar panel using nanotechnology.