Watchers on the world

UAlberta scientists view carbon’s impact on the environment in real time

Psychology grad finds research rewards off the beaten path

PhD grad joins software design team to create stronger learning platforms for people with disabilities.

Expedition journal

Martyn Unsworth is sharing his trip to Antarctica where he will be learning more about the active and unusual Mount Erebus volcano.

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The Faculty of Science offers graduate students the opportunity to study with some of the world's best research scientists. We offer programs leading to Master of Science (MSc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees.

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The Faculty of Science is one of the finest faculties in Canada. Home to over 6500 undergraduate and 1300 graduate students and over 300 faculty, we are committed to maintaining our record of excellence in research and teaching.
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