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CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars

AI in biodiversity research crucial to our survival

Canada CIFAR AI Chair Graham Taylor is using computer vision to better understand and protect our planet’s biodiversit

When the Universe calls, Raffaella Margutti answers

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar makes quick decisions to catch the Universe’s most extreme events.

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars Renée Hložek and Adrian Liu receive Sloan Fellowships

Researchers are selected based on their accomplishments, their creativity, and their leadership potential

The ABCs of B cells

Meet 2019 CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar Jean-Philippe Julien, who uses robots to design better vaccines.

Meet the 2019-2021 cohort of CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars

Fourteen inspiring early-career researchers named across five CIFAR research programs

Hannah Carter: Towards personalized cancer diagnosis and treatment

By understanding the details of how genetic mutations turn into tumours, CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar Hannah Carter is p

Finding the line between life and death

Hyun Youk has been trying to zero in on the quantitative principles that set living systems apart from non-living ones

Designing materials at the quantum scale

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar Prineha Narang's work could lead to revolutionary new materials.

Understanding the psychology of virtue

A new initiative called the Virtue Project, co-founded CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar Katherine McAuliffe, is asking how w

A passionate voice for science in India

CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar Paremeswaran Ajith leads search for gravitational waves.

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