The Library Revolution

The Library Revolution

It’s nearly midnight. Most Ontarians are in bed, asleep as they rest for the coming day. But in the City of Vaughan, three public libraries are still open. At the Bathurst Clark, Civic Centre and Pierre Berton Resource Libraries, students ... Continue Reading
Creating memories and wonder in the classroom

Creating memories and wonder in the classroom

It looks like an ordinary classroom. There are chalkboards and posters on the wall; students sit at their desks, ready to learn. But what happens in Michael Leonard’s grade four classroom at St. John’s Catholic Elementary School in the Waterloo ... Continue Reading
ORION's Belt

ORION’s Belt: Issue 3

Your guide star to innovationUniversity of Alberta physicists create a quantum 'hard drive for light'Physicists at the University of Alberta have developed a new method for storing quantum information encoded into pulses of light: a quantum memory. The memory works ... Continue Reading
WPA3: Evolution Over Revolution

WPA3: Evolution Over Revolution

What is WPA3?The Wi-Fi Alliance recently unveiled Wi-Fi Protected Access 3 (WPA3), the biggest security update to the Wi-Fi wireless networking protocols since their introduction 14 years ago. WPA3 is an evolution of the WPA2 protocol introduced in 2004 designed ... Continue Reading
ORION's Belt

ORION’s Belt: Issue 1

ORION’s Belt is our blog series highlighting a month of digital infrastructure’s latest shining stars. Each month, we’ll pick out some of the interesting stories we’ve been reading about. Have an idea you’d like to share? Shoot us a message. Researchers ... Continue Reading