Dr. Christopher Gray’s research on local plants as a potential treatment for drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis was highlighted in the article “Weapons of microscopic destruction” in the latest edition of ACCN. ACCN, the Canadian Chemical News, is Canada’s magazine for the chemical sciences and engineering. It covers the intersection of those fields with society by… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick was already more than 80 years old by the time Confederation rolled around. Canada’s oldest English-language university marks its 225th anniversary this year, and while its alumni list remains a reliable gauge of who’s who in Atlantic Canada, there are signs that the school is learning to find its way in a new… Read More »