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Jan. 28, 2016

NAIT helps Edmonton school children learn about green energy production

Staff and students design and install solar array on roof of Hillview School; project funded by City of Edmonton.

Jan. 14, 2016

Baking Team Canada prepares for world's top baking competition

World Cup of Baking runs Feb 5-9 in Paris; NAIT instructors and alumni make up two-thirds of team

Lego Robotic competitors converge at NAIT this weekend

Jan. 13, 2016

35 teams from across Northern Alberta expected to attend; winner qualifies for international championship.

NAIT international students to 'hurry hard' for authentic Canadian experience

Jan. 04, 2016

NAIT international students will get hands-on experience with one of Canada’s favourite winter pastimes - curling.

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Aug. 03, 2021

Dr. Quamrul Huda named JR Shaw Applied Research Chair in Industrial Automation

NAIT’s Industry Solutions is pleased to announce Dr. Quamrul Huda has been named the JR Shaw Applied Research Chair in Industrial Automation.

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Jul. 20, 2021

The Conversation podcast - Looking at the science behind plant-based and cultured meat

NAIT researcher talks about key elements that make a plant-based meat mimic successful.

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Jun. 14, 2021

Tackling burnout: How to deal with stress and safety in the workplace

NAIT highlights prevention and mitigation strategies to build organizational resilience.

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Jun. 03, 2021

Cleaning up contaminated land using tools from nature

NAIT researchers are developing a renewable product to help clean up sites contaminated by petroleum products.

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Jun. 01, 2021

Solving one of the most complex challenges in oil sands mining

NAIT researchers help industry to develop a solution for managing clay in tailings.

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Industry Solutions

Industry solutions is the newest branch of NAIT's partnership with industry, offering expert consulting services, space and facilities.

How NAIT’s ‘moulage’ team prepares students for the worst

Makeup skills make for disarmingly realistic emergency simulations

12 things that will help you have a better winter (even if you don't want to think about them)

Winter tires, running in the snow, furnace rescues and more

How to safely dispose of or sell your cellphone

Are you sure there isn’t data on that device?

Quiz: How productive are you?

When it comes to studying and being productive, do you come up with a plan for success? Or, are you prone to distraction?

How NAIT is helping to build Ghana’s booming oil industry

Five students will spend 10 months in Edmonton learning to weld

7 surprising sights to see on NAIT Main Campus

Enjoy an often-overlooked side of the polytechnic

How to help your kids find their career path

8 ways that don't involve being a little too involved

10 things to do to get your home ready for winter

A fall maintenance guide to help your house survive the cold weather

Fake it ’til you make it: Is meatless meat better for you than the real thing?

Plant-based may not always mean healthier

New era of inclusivity for NAIT's Aboriginal students and staff

Unique strategy lays foundation for dialogue about culture

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