- Meet the Concordians who bring STEM experiments to life for Quebec youth
- From medical tech to consumer behaviour — how 8 new Concordia University Research Chairs are mobilizing next-gen knowledge
- 11 Concordians get set to exhibit at one of the world's largest art and technology festivals
- Sean McEvenue (1931-2018): ‘He made this world a finer place’
- ‘You’re tempted to test Siri’s boundaries’: PhD student Hilary Bergen explores how we interact with digital assistants
The university lands new federal funding for a new strategic network, research into biochemicals and a big data analysis project.
‘You’re tempted to test Siri’s boundaries’: PhD student Hilary Bergen explores how we interact with digital assistants
The Concordia researcher suggests the way we treat our disembodied helpers can impact real women.
Christophe Grova, Lisa Kakinami and Michael Sacher investigate issues related to epilepsy, health inequality and membrane trafficking diseases.
From medical tech to consumer behaviour — how 8 new Concordia University Research Chairs are mobilizing next-gen knowledge
These academics will power key strategic areas of scholarly pursuit.
SEPT. 6-10: Hexagram members bring their research-creation projects to the international stage at Ars Electronica.
Concordia colleagues remember the distinguished professor emeritus.
Mahmoud Kamel and Enrique Fibla Gutierrez received the Concordia Stand-Out Graduate Research Award.
This new Concordia facility brings automation to the rapidly evolving field of synthetic biology — and it’s ‘a monumental addition to the ecosystem.’
The $15,000 award recognizes visual arts excellence amongst post-secondary and undergraduate-level students.
Concordia’s 5 new Vanier scholars explore everything from interactions with microbes to our fear of losing control
The Canada-wide program rewards PhD students for academic excellence, research potential and leadership.
SynBioApps — a new program in synthetic biology applications — gets the green light from NSERC.
The Concordia program is attracting some of Quebec's best and brightest executives and entrepreneurs.
Adam Crane finds answers in behavioural ecology.