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  • 2023-06-20

    Breedt, Ed

    Drawing from French post-structural philosopher, Gilles Deleuze, I examine what social and political forces caused physiotherapy to create the concept of the body-as-machine, reducing the body down to parts which wear out, require fixing, replacing, and realignment. I argue that Physiotherapy has...

  • 2023-06-20

    Martell, Matthew

    For over a century, pathologists have relied on a technique called H&E staining, the gold standard for cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, this time-consuming process often requires days to chemically dye important tissue features in different colours for visualization under a microscope. This means...

  • 2023-06-20

    Fazlolah Firuzkohi, Amirhossein

    This research aims to trace the evolution of protest slogans in the linguistic landscape (i.e., any form of writing visible in public spaces) of Iran by comparing the wall writings during the 1979 Islamic revolution and the 2022 Woman-Life-Freedom movement. Wall writing and graffiti are often...

  • 2023-06-20

    Jessen, Erika

    My research examines and compares osteological characteristics between different species and populations of Notropis. More commonly called ‘shiners,’ they are a genus of North American freshwater fishes. Small in size, many species appear superficially similar to one another. However, a complex...

  • 2023-06-20

    Horne, Liam

    Bear “M401”, a male black bear, attempts to court a female in the boreal forest of northeastern Alberta. You are looking at the bottom of M401’s chin in the top of the image. This still image was captured from a “bear’s-eye-view” video recorded by a GPS-video collar around M401’s neck. Wildlife...

  • 2023-06-20

    Voyageur , Danielle Candice Colombe

    On the grounds of where the Holy Angels Indian Residential School once stood, I attended the Truth Scanning Information Gathering on August 22nd & 23rd 2022 in my community of Fort Chipewyan, Alberta. This gathering marked the beginning of the process to identify the unmarked graves of our...

  • Movies of River Water Tracers in ANHA4 NEMO Simulation


    Tahya Weiss-Gibbons

    Online passive tracers for river runoff input from the ANHA4 ocean model. EPM015 is was run with Dai and Trenberth for river runoff, and EPM151 was run with A-HYPE for river runoff. Both have a forced atmosphere from CGRF. The difference between the two tracers can also be seen, where positive...

  • 2024-06-01

    Brinston, Allyson

    This image captures a moment of active cultural engagement. It showcases a diverse group of young people joining hands in a round dance. They wear brightly patterned ribbon skirts to visually celebrate their heritage and assert cultural identity. This scene is a practical representation of...

  • 2024-06-01

    Noton, Emily

    My socio-cultural research on women and ballet draws from Michel Foucault’s post-structuralist theories about power, identity and the self. I examine the experiences and opportunities that women have to continue dancing past the age of 18, as they navigate the often fraught transition to...

  • 2024-06-01

    Boyd, Kassi

    Due to inaccessible methods and ableist assumptions about their abilities, disabled* children have often been excluded from research. Researchers have questioned the credibility of disabled children’s perspectives. This begs the question: What constitutes a credible perspective…and who...

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