Physical Plant group leads Carbs challenge
The physical plant buildings group is leading the University of Calgary’s Cut the Carbs Buildings Challenge after the first week of the competition with a 26.2 percent reduction in electricity consumption.
Physician heal thyself
New University of Calgary research suggests that when doctors are sick, tired or burned out, the performance of the health-care system may be compromised.
UCQ receives appreciation award
The University of Calgary—Qatar has been recognized for its role in sponsoring and presenting at the International Nurses Conference held in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
Report to Community on video
In his final Report to the Community prior to his retirement at the end of the year, President Harvey Weingarten talks about the U of C's strong ideas.
Nov. 14: Why are crippling Lyme disease cases being misdiagnosed?
U of C Faculty of Medicine researcher George Chaconas, who has spent the last 10 years studying the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, is interviewed on W5.
Nov. 12: Canada doctor uses glue to aid open-heart recovery
A new surgical technique using glue to repair breastbones broken during open-heart surgery speeds up recovery time and is “substantially less painful” for patients, said Dr. Paul Fedak, a University of Calgary scientist.
Nov. 11: CFL considering reducing number of Canadian starters
The University of Calgary’s Blake Nill says Canada’s college football
program is helped by the CFL’s rules mandating a certain number of
Canadian players per team.