Patchen Barss | March 1, 2014
The Social Body Lab at OCAD University explores how body-centric technologies can support, inhibit, or expand social interactions. In this entertaining talk, Kate Hartman covers recent projects created by the lab including a wireless wearable communication system that enables friends, lovers, and secret agents to nudge each other from across a room as well as fashionable body-based lighting for cyclists.
This talk is from the from Eyeo Festival.
Whole wheat makeover
Katarina Smolkova, Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK) | August 22, 2014Whole wheat pasta is a high-fibre, healthy alternative to traditional white flour pasta, but its texture may be too soft for some people. Now, a University of Guelph researcher is trying to change that read more »
Meat with no mystery
Trent University Staff | August 21, 2014With recent scandals in the meat industry prompting consumers to call for greater accountability from suppliers, companies such as Maple Leaf, are looking for new ways to ensure that their products are exactly what they claim to be. read more »
May 9, 2013 | Toronto
Royal Ontario Museum, Bronfman Hall Toronto, Ontario Thursday May 9, 2013 6:30pm to 9:00pm This free event is part of a province-wide discussion series featuring researchers from Ontario’s universities. Moderated by Globe and Mail science correspondent Ivan Semeniuk