Abstract COVID-19 has broadly changed our day-to-day lives and has brought microbiology front and centre in everyday conversation. From RT-qPCR to variants to mRNA vaccines to wastewater-based epidemiology, these strange words from the realm of science have become mainstream parts of our daily lexicon. This talk will discuss the current field of COVID-19 diagnostics and explore the burgeoning use of wastewater-based epidemiology to aid in public health decision making. Bio Dr. Iain George Iain George, PhD, is a Molecular Microbiologist
Abstract COVID-19 has broadly changed our day-to-day lives and has brought microbiology front and centre in everyday conversation. From RT-qPCR to variants to mRNA vaccines
Dr. Kattan will talk about the evolving transportation landscape as related to autonomous, connected and electric vehicles, their potential safety, operational, social and environmental impacts and possible pathways to sustainable transportation future.
Abstract With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, Biomedical Engineering researchers at the University of Calgary started work on various projects to help ease the
Abstract If you are wondering about an electric car, we are going to go on a journey together. Through the history, advantages, myths, and features
Abstract Understanding Legged Locomotion: Why Normal is Normal Normal locomotion has been rigorously described, but it remains not well understood. Why do we walk and