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How a physiotherapist interacts with a patient verbally, through eye contact, body language and listening skills is almost as important as the treatment itself.
If you're still using your mobile phone behind the wheel, University of Alberta sociology researcher Abu Nurullah likely has your number.
What will your kids remember about the life stories you tell them?
New research from the University of Alberta suggests that using a hands-free device to talk while behind the wheel of a car can also lead to a significant increase in driver-related errors that could put others at risk.
UAlberta research team uses caffeine and fruit flies to pinpoint genetic pathways that guide DNA repair in cancer cells.
An overwhelming majority of Albertans believe dying adults should have the right to request to end their life.
One researcher's work in unlocking the mystery behind mussels' adhesive mechanism could eventually lead to cures for cancer, nicotine addiction and a more efficient way of cleaning up oil sands.
Extraordinary opportunities are available at the University of Alberta, if you just try. It’s a lesson not lost on a trio of mechanical engineering students who will be launching a rocket in Norway as part of an international exchange program.
Researchers examining the fossilized remains of dinosaur tail bones discovered that dinosaurs, like modern-day turkeys and the peacocks, may have shaken their dazzling tail feathers to attract mates.
- A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.