Explore Science@Carleton


Science Café | Biomedical Research at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology

April 6, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. | Zoom Webinar

Recent advances in chemical synthesis methods and biotechnologies have enabled biomedical research at the interface of chemistry and biology. This multidisciplinary, collaborative research approach has facilitated the modular design and development of precision nanomedicines in the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases, including cancer. 

For more information about Dr. Sabatino and his research visit the Sabatino Lab website.  To learn more about this talk and to register Click Here

Life Sciences Day | Register now!

May 10, 2022  | 9 am - 5 pm | Virtual and live audience event

Life Sciences Day brings together academic, government and industry sectors to build awareness of the important work encompassed by life sciences researchers at Carleton and provide a unique opportunity for attendees to network and explore partnership possibilities. An in-person student poster competition will showcase life sciences research at Carleton across a variety of disciplines.

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Data Day 8.1 | Trends + Talent Showcase

May 12, 2022  | 3 pm - 6 pm | Live audience event
Carleton Satellite Campus | Kanata North Tech Park | Hub350 | 350 Leggett Drive

Hear from industry thought leaders representing academics, industry and government about future trends and a vast array of career opportunities during the Future in the Dataverse panel discussion.

Meet Carleton University Institute of Data Science graduate students and learn about their research projects, sponsored by industry partners and in consultation with cross-faculty, multi-disciplinary teams to provide solutions to business challenges. Visit for more details. 

Star Symposium | Climate Change and Health

Friday, May 27, 2022
8 am - 4 pm
Richcraft Hall, 2nd level

The Stress, Trauma and Resilience (STAR) Working Group is an interdisciplinary research group embedded within the CHAIM Centre, consisting of diverse research members from within and outside of Carleton. This one-day symposium will consist of several speakers, round table discussions, student poster presentations and a networking event.  
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Science Café  | Sports Analytics: What makes a great basketball shot?

Olivier Chabot, a Master’s student in Statistics in the School of Mathematics and Statistics will discusses how he learned data science via his analytics co-op under Dr. Shirley Mills with the Ravens women’s basketball team.  

Science Café  | From proton to picture to party tricks

In this interactive lecture, Dr. Berman explores some of the creative and quirky applications of MRI, like imaging your lunch, examples of how MRI has inspired artists, and in turn, how we scientists have drawn inspiration from art in our work to improve the imaging experience for patients.

Science Café  | How physicists and artists search for dark matter

Carleton University experimental physicist Simon Viel and invited artist Jol Thoms speak about their work and research at SNOLAB. The conversation was moderated by Gurpreet Kaur, a PhD candidate in the Department of Physics at Carleton University.  
University Updates and Messages Related to COVID-19

Coronavirus Resources

Carleton University is following the advice of Ottawa Public Health, the Ontario Ministry of Health, Public Health Ontario, and the Public Health Agency of Canada for the latest information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and recommendations for prevention. Carleton’s Coronavirus website contains a summary of facts from these health agencies as well as answers to questions Carleton faculty, staff, students, and the community may have.

The university has also prepared a list of frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19. Review the FAQ to ensure you are up to speed with the latest information and updates.

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