Subject: science

NAIT student project brings WiFi to remote Peruvian community

Designed in Edmonton, system draws on global satellite internet network

What to look for in a kid's laptop for back to school

Computer tech Christian Johnson simplifies the decision

Should you be on Threads?

NAIT’s social media specialist considers the pros and cons of Meta’s new platform

Why blue-green algae blooms happen on Alberta lakes

Natural and human factors combine to hurt habitat

Everything you're itching to know about mosquitoes (including how to avoid them)

A blood-sucking Q&A with a city bug expert

NAIT Class of ’23: Focus on the little things makes a big difference for grad’s future

Curious and driven, Aldo Fumagalli goes from student to staffer

NAIT Class of ’23: School trip to Peru opens business student’s eyes to new possibilities

International development project has grad considering life as “digital nomad”

Fishing for answers: A quiz inspired by grad’s Alberta species identification guide

Award-winning book created for the benefit of biologists and anglers – and fish

NAIT student project highlights Alberta heritage trees

Alberta Tree Register pinpoints significant specimens

Curious President Podcast Ep. 6: Reclaiming land disturbed by oil sands tailings ponds

How NAIT researchers are helping industry solve a pressing challenge

The Curious President Podcast

President and CEO Laura Jo Gunter explores the impact of the polytechnic

NAIT researcher named Science Fellow by TELUS World of Science

Jeremiah Bryksa is the first from the polytechnic in the community outreach role