The University of New Brunswick’s state-of-the-art Andrew and Marjorie McCain Human Performance Lab is enabling researchers and surgeons in Atlantic Canada to develop treatment strategies for children living with cerebral palsy. Dr. Victoria Chester, professor in the faculty of kinesiology, is conducting gait analysis trials with surgeons from the Horizon Health Network and partners at… Read More »

Starting this past Saturday all UNB websites will get a facelift as we move to a more responsive web design. “It will take several days to fully implement all the changes – after all, over 20,000 pages are being refreshed – but there will be very little actual downtime. When complete, the revised website will… Read More »

It may be summer session on university campuses, but students from grades 1 & 2 descended upon the UNB Fredericton campus today.  For the next 10 days, these eco heroes will learn about the atmosphere and pollution, and find ways to make the earth a cleaner place. Eco Heroes, which runs from July 2-12, is… Read More »

The Government of Canada recently announced that three research projects at the University of New Brunswick will be awarded a total of $5.9 million. The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF) will assist the university to carry out three projects: develop hardware, software and MRI measurement tools to help detect and extract… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick and Science East have partnered with Youth Science Canada to bring the 2015 Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) to Fredericton, New Brunswick.  CWSF is the premier youth science and technology competition in Canada, bringing together the country’s brightest young minds. “We’re very excited about the opportunities this presents,” said Eddy Campbell,… Read More »

Two employees of the RCMP’s Integrated Technological Crime Unit are coming to UNB to talk about the information aspects of digital forensics. Hosted by UNB’s Information Systems Society, the talk will take place on campus in Room C127 of Gillin Hall, on Tuesday, March 26 at 5:30 p.m. The presenters are: Pierre Bourguignon: a sergeant… Read More »

Sixty remarkable high school students from across the country have descended on the University of New Brunswick’s campus in Fredericton to embark on an exciting summer adventure. For four weeks in July, the teens are living in residence at UNB to attend the Shad Valley program, taking advanced lectures on science, engineering and technology while… Read More »

George Donovan, owner of Gogii Games Corp., a Moncton-based developer of interactive games, knew that the choice of location for his company was one challenge that would never change. Disruptive technologies had changed the way the video-gaming industry worked, moving away from large video-game developers to independent producers spread around the globe. This shift had empowered… Read More »

The Challenge As Erik Gingles watched a world junior hockey tournament live on TV last January, the camera froze at a crucial moment in the game. He could hear the commentary but see no action. Frustrated, he thought it would be great if someone was streaming the game live from the arena using a smart… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick Saint John has launched its first mobile application for smartphones. The mobile app, available for Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, provides convenient access to the most frequently requested information and electronic resources such as UNB news or campus maps. The UNB Saint John mobile app… Read More »

Even with huge investments in infrastructure for biomedical research, a key challenge is the time it takes to find the right data and identify how to analyze it. In many ways, the web world is becoming more cluttered and it can be difficult to isolate that elusive, yet critical, piece of information that can unlock… Read More »

The University of New Brunswick is proud to unveil the latest upgrade to its website. The 2010 refresh for the UNB website builds on the work first introduced in December 2008. It was developed based on continued research, analysis of our site usage trends, new technologies and emerging best practices among universities and colleges. The… Read More »