Subject: science

Convocation 2024: Students take on project in aid of wheelchair users

Mechanical Engineering Technology capstone shows impact of designing for wellness

NAIT team develops first-of-its-kind approach to studying microplastics in rivers

New paper details method and equipment used in North Saskatchewan River

NAIT project puts Edmonton on international bird-monitoring map

Student capstone project establishes Motus radio receiver on Main Campus

NAIT tests solution to reuse plastic to reduce wood waste from construction sites

Project a fit with Earth Day 2024 theme “Planet vs. Plastics”

Student starts NAIT club to encourage gender diversity in STEM

Court Slaughter seeks to boost inclusion with “They/Thems in STEM”

Students slide to success at national “concrete toboggan” competition

Civil Engineering Technology group scores at Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race

4 ways to improve women representation in computer sciences and IT

NAIT instructors suggest how to narrow a gender gap on International Women’s Day

4 ways to meet the challenges of population growth in Edmonton

Innovation Challenge highlights creativity and practicality of NAIT and high school students

Cybersecurity instructor shares public Wi-Fi safety tips on 630 CHED

Hosts Daryl McIntyre and Stacey Brotzel get the facts from NAIT’s John Zabiuk

NAIT student innovation goes into production at Edmonton-area manufacturer

Mechanical Engineering Technology grads win national award for design

Inspiration for energy efficiency from an Edmonton home

A guide to reducing our residential carbon footprints

The NAIT grad who brought the world closer to a cure for diabetes

Dr. Ray Rajotte followed his curiosity to ingenuity